Which essentially allowed me to make slip cushions, which is great because they can be taken off and popped in the wash. My brother has three children and I watched all three when they were babies, I know there's a lot of washing going on with a little one. It worked great as directed except for the ottoman. I tried to follow instructions, but I think that I will just rip up the ottoman and make it fit really nicely with a zipper. It looks ok now, but you're not seeing it in person!
I had a great time with this, Brady my dog was hanging with me. There were a few times he knocked down the fan and piles of fabric, but he's generally a great helper! I felt like I was in the zone in the sewing room today or experiencing flow as a psychologist would say. Here's the before picture:
The bones were great, but definitely needed some love! Here's the almost finished product, but you get the idea. I'm still debating if I should make the ottoman yellow, thoughts?