In between drawing leaves and working on more ceramics to restock Nest, I found time this weekend to do a whole of bunch things that have been nagging at me. I replaced the fabric on this chair, using two teatowels I bought years ago.
I made big squishy feather cushions for the couch from vintage cloth I've been saving for ever. (Actually, there's about a month between those two cushions. That's how long it takes to finish things around here.)
I framed this print using a leftover frame from Nest - I measured wrong, the framers measured wrong, but no sense letting a good frame go to waste. The print is by John Moore, from a print exchange I participated in in 1995.
And perhaps most importantly, I made one of these, using these brilliant instructions. Mine is made with two narrow cardboard tubes, because that's all I could find at home; I'll be making more as soon as I track down 'pipe foam'. Pool noodles would be perfect, but they're not exactly in season right now.