Hi everyone! Isn’t this the cutest ruffled stool cover you’ve ever seen? Since we put in a new kitchen sink and faucet, I decided to do a few more kitchen updates. One of them was to have a cover made for this stool. Last year, I saw a ruffled stool cover on the blog The North End Loft and thought that something similar would fit right in our kitchen. So I had my friend Brenda who owns a local shop called Maibe Sew to whip one up for me. And I couldn’t be more tickled with how it turned out.
At the same time, she made my sink skirt. I found the material at Hobby Lobby and it was rather thin, so she added lining to it. I’ll have to admit that I had to convince Leo that we should take off the cabinet doors under the sink. But now that they’re off and the skirt is up, he really likes it.
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Brenda did such a great job making this skirt. I don’t have a sewing machine, and even if I did, I would not be able to make those ruffles. So I just picked out the fabrics and let Brenda do her magic.
She even added a little padding to the stool top, which I know anyone who keeps me company in the kitchen while I cook is going to appreciate! If you have a plain 4 legged stool and would like a cover made for it, Brenda can make you one, too. All she needs is the circumference of the top and the height of the stool. Just leave a comment and I’ll put you in touch with her.
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