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We love seeing our pieces in real homes, so you can imagine our delight when we saw our fabulous Shiloh Spool Chairs in Emily Clark‘;s keeping room. She’;s sharing her makeover with you today!

When we started planning our kitchen renovation earlier this year, I knew I wanted a sitting area of some kind. A place to hang out, readaccent pillow case baby burlap nursery, watch TV and drink my coffee. And so, the search for the perfect chairs began. . .

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Our home is very traditional—a 30-year-old colonial style that we are slowly updating. I’m trying to keep the decorating a pretty consistent mix of traditional with younger, modern elements throughout. The Shiloh Spool Chair is a classic design, and fits in perfectly with the overall style of our home.

Since you see the chairs as soon as you walk into our entryway, I wanted chairs that didn’t feel too heavy visually in the space. The open back and the spool design makes the Shiloh Chair pretty from every angle.

To keep them from feeling too formal, I opted for a fun pattern on the upholstery, which also ties in with my growing collection of blue and white pieces.

The other thing I had to consider when choosing a fabric was the scale of the pattern. I used a really big, really bold patterned wallpaper on the other side of the kitchen. I was able to use another pattern on the chairs by going with something on a much smaller scale. Too many big prints in one room can start to “fight” against one another and leave you a little dizzy. . .

To finish out the seating area, I added a small acrylic table. A perfect lightweight option for “floating” in the middle of the room—and for sitting my morning coffee.

You can see more of our kitchen renovation progress on my blog.

Thank you so much to Emily for sharing her makeover with us!

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Hello, it’s Minki from you tired of making square or rectangle potholders? How about a circle potholder this time? I have made a pair and have kept using them as trivets, potholders and mostly for my kitchen decor. It’s very simple and a fast project so you can finish in a evening and it’s a perfect gift too!

Why is it so impossible to just buy a diaper cover? Why?? If they sold them, say in packs of three in various seasonal colors, would we not purchase them? I don’t understand it, and neither do our readers, judging by the number of emails we get asking for a pattern. Your wish is our command…Get the DIY for the matching Sweet Shirred Summer Dress here, and the full tutorial and free Diaper Cover Pattern after the jump…DIY Diaper CoverTo sew this diaper cover, you’ll need our Diaper Cover Pattern and 1 length of 3/8″ thick elastic for the waist, and 2 lengths of 1/4″ thick elastic for the leg holes. This pattern fits about 18-24 months depending on the size of the booty you are working with. I used a piece of 3/4″ elastic 18″ long for the waist and 2 pieces of 1/4″ elastic 11″ long for the legs (you can measure the waist and leg circumference and add about 2.5″ to get your specific measurements). For a smaller baby you can use the same pattern and smaller lengths of elastic and just have a poofier diaper cover, or you can shrink the pattern. As with any pattern, double check your print settings to make sure they are not set to “shrink to fit”. The fabric here is the almost-sold-out Anna Maria Horner Dobby Voile Pastry Line in Coral (which is 15% off along with ALL Anna Maria Horner fabrics at Fabricworm right now, eek!)

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