I saw your ottoman project over at Remodelaholic. You really did a great job. I made a similar ottoman a few weeks ago using an electric bread knife as well to cut the foam. Works great, right? I'm so impressed that you were able to tuft yours. I tried, but the fabric kept popping out of the buttons and then the buttons literally popped off the ottoman. Ultimately no tufting on mine. Great job. I am your latest follower. I would love if you would come and check out my blog and follow me back at www.diybydesign.blogspot.com. Thanks so much.
that's where I found you! Great job on the desk/ottoman!it looks super!gail
I'm in love with your ottoman!!! Great job! I totally understand improvising and living on a shoestring. Where did you find the fabric I love that print??
Simply AWESOME job on the ottoman. My jaw dropped as I paid someone to make ours and yours looks even better. I can't believe you guys even chose a difficult patterned fabric...you are THAT talented. I love the legs. Bravo.
So cool! I'm off to check it out!! Thanks again for your comment today and sharing. I'm sorry...hang in there! If you ever need to chat, drop me a line!! :)
This looks AMAZING! Love how you did it! :) Great job!
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