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Cassi Campbell
Mom on the run.
Interests: running, home improvement, cooking, reading, sewing, family, cycling
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This chair was a gift for my sister - her husband surprised her with a chair she had been eyeing on Craigslist. I love the wood - it's just what her new room needed. We detached the bottom cushion and made it totally removable with a plain bottom constructed with... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Juli bought this basic dining room chair when a store was closing. She waited until she found just the right fabric. The lines on this chair are fun when this funky fabric is added. We added a long, tailored skirt with inverted pleats and solid black piping. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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A tailored skirt and welting, make this slipper chair classic. The fabric takes it to a whole new level. I'm loving the short and flirty skirt. When you've got legs, show them - my new favorite style. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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No skirt, no frills. Black solid piping alongside black and taupe buffalo check (from Hobby Lobby) added so much to this room. And, I was lucky to be able to take photos of this winter wonderland during Christmas-time. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Before - the size of this ottoman is great, but the cover had seen better days. WE added a few pleats and a band. The fabric is Bull Denim in natural. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Four years ago, when I started my business, I made this slipcover for my sister, before she moved away, across the country. Now she lives here, has a new home, and was ready for a new look. I love this fabric she chose. It makes this chair look more high-end. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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These chairs for the breakfast room were great, except for the print on the seat. One set was made for everyday - neutral. The other for Christmas. Both were done in Bull Denim. Because there was no way to tuck in the slipcover, we anchored the seat with ties which... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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I love the style of this chair, but it had seen better days. We removed the fringe. Welting and a tailored skirt make this chair a classic, although the animal print gives it some funky style Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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These dining chairs were in the plans for a new remodel, but needed to be lighter. The parson chair has a simple skirt with back pleats - the piping was extra small. The wing back has a matching skirt - love the shape of this chair. The entire set was... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This chaise was in excellent shape and one of the favorite chairs in the house. We squared off the back cushion by detaching it and adding a boxing strip. Welting and a tailored skirt make this a classic. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Good Bones - but needed an updated and fresh cover. She chose a blue-gray linen-look. All Polyester makes this easy care. With a new boxed back cushion, welting and a tailored skirt, this chair is new again. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Good bones and comfort - but this chair needed an update. We detached the back cushion and slipstitched some fabric to cover the hole. Next, the skirt was removed using vice grips and a screw driver. We boxed out the back cushion for an update. The khaki denim works great... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This cream sofa got a new cover for this Family Room. This upholstery fabric worked out great. No skirt, no piping, no frills. Pure function for boys in the basement. Continue reading
Posted Jan 23, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This classic leather sofa was still comfortable, just not fitting with the new look. Khaki bull denim was just the thing. This helped her achieve a lighter, brighter space. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Before After - in cream bull denim. And, look, . . . . it's a sofa bed. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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Camp Lutherhaven was gifted this chair. It, and the ottoman were well loved, but perfect for their lodge. This green plaid gave the perfect "lodge" feel. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This chair had seen better days, . . . .and she wanted to pair it with this sofa, which also needed an update, . . . so white denim with classic welting and tailored skirt, brought these two together. I love it when you can re-use already loved pieces. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This basic arm chair seemed a little Plain Jane, before we got our hands on it. This textured, modern upholstery fabric was just what it needed. The custom fit really shows off the great shape. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This classic wingback and ottoman just needed a slight makeover. The custom fit really shows off the pretty curves of this chair. Piping and a tailored skirt with inverted pleats keeps it classic. Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats
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This chair had a really cute shape - but had become a little drab. Doesn't this fabric just make you happy? Small folds in the rolled arms . . . . and a short, flirty tailored skirt to show off those great legs! Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2017 at Piping and Pleats