Now, I’m taking well-washed thrift store shirts and vests apart, sleeve-by-collar, to make them into “flat” fabric again for cushion covers. Their buttons and zippers get to stay in, to become the opening to remove the covers for seasonal updates and washing.
I usually find one or two shirts that I love per thrift store visit. Around here, they are $2-4 each.
When they’re finished, I give them names. Let me introduce you to:
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