and staples the new fabric.
Then I took apart the piping (to reuse the rope inside)
and made some matching piping.
Surprisingly it was not cut on the bias,
so I also cut it straight, stitched it and then stapled it around the seat cushion,
giving it a more polished look.
The difficulties started with the back part of the chair.
As I was taking that part apart,
I realized I would not be able to put it back the same way,
it would require a fancier stapler than I have.
So I decided to just staple the back back,
then the cushion, the back front,
and then glue some rope to hide the staples.
I found the perfect trim for that, I just need to buy a new glue gun,
Miss C. used it a lot and informed me that a new one was needed!
May be we should invest in a proper one instead of the really cheap one....
I really like how the corner turned out,
I found the perfect rug at Target, a mix of blue/green and indigo,
and rearranges some furniture.
Now I really need to finish working on the bathroom,
we took down the glued mirror,
a little bit of a scary event, but it came off just like in the YouTube video
in one piece: