I have an old old vintage cutting table in my sewing room that had a oil cloth top. And so while she was at it I asked her to redo my cutting table, too. Here is the after shot. The before top was sliced from over zealous rotary cutting.
This is the work in progress shot. You can see the discards from the kitchen table and the cutting table on the floor.And now it is all done and I'm ready to go. Thanks Chelsey. It really is nice to have new covers on the tables.I love slippers. And even in the summertime I like to putter around in slippers but most slippers are too hot for August. I found these cotton waffle cloth slippers in a drug store for under $5.00. But they were plain and the Velcro kept coming open so I decided to spiff them up, too.I fussy cut hexagons from my Sugar Flower fabric. And I made some machine sewing tacking so the flap wouldn't come open anymore. I used gray thread so you could see the stitching. It was a trick to machine tack.I folded the edges under and pressed the hexagons. I pinned them in place sort of in the middle of the slipper over the Velcro flap. And then I hand stitched in place. They are so much cuter now. Perfect for around the house on a hot summer day.