Country Living in June: Outdoor Lounger, A Wedding, and Lifesaver Request

CH-CL-June-CoverHave you picked up the latest issue of Country Living? In this June issue, I have a fun, outdoor lounger to share. The fabric used, Sunbrella Steeplechase Malibu, was really nice to work with, and you gotta love woven stripes for the sake of cutting and sewing precision. It is a bit pricy, but for outdoor use, this type of fabric is essential. JSIM-lounge-o1Follow the directions on page 57 to make these loungers for indoor use as well with any other fabric- perfect for TV watching or reading. The inserts are standard bed pillows, around $4 each at your local Target. The pillows easily insert and remove from the back to allow for washing of the cover.JSIM-lounge-img My favorite feature in the June 2013 issue of Country Living is my friend, and former CL Editor’s beautiful Kentucky wedding. Jourdan Crouch Fairchild took the handmade wedding to a spectacular new level.JSIM-Crouch-Fairchild-CL You can find images and projects from Jourdan and Andrew’s wedding at CountryLiving.com.

A favor request…CH-CL-Napkin-Rings

Do you remember these fun little lifesaver napkin rings? This is a craft I shared in the Country Living July/August 2011 issue. I would sincerely appreciate your time in re-Pinning this project over on Country Living’s Pinterest Board for favorite craft demo requests at the Country Living Fair in New York. Thank you!!

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One Response to Country Living in June: Outdoor Lounger, A Wedding, and Lifesaver Request

  1. #1 - Wedding Cards says:

    The napkin holder is super cute! Where are they made of?