Slip Covers for Pottery Barn’s Lullaby Rocker and other upholstered furniture: custom made in fine fabrics – Call 845 549-3323

My slipcovers are custom made to your furniture size/make specifications.  This Lullaby Rocker by Pottery Barn is such a nice  piece and it works in and out of the Nursery.  Whether your bringing the rocker out of the Nursery or needing an update to prepare for a  new addition,  it is nice be be able to  pick a wonderful new fabric for great look – it’s like getting a brand new chair!

My slipcovers for this rocker do not have the zippers at the bottom back panel (which promptly blew out on me after just a couple of months).  I’ve incorporated a pleat for this section that looks great and provides the room to maneuver the cover over the widest part of the back and arms.

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I offer a wide selection of professional grade fine upholstery fabrics from famous brand names you know like Robert Allen, Waverley and more.  No generic stretchy slipcovers here.  Fabrics pictures and price quotes  will be provided via e-mail.


About nacientneedle

Lost Art Enthusiast: specifically sewing and needle work of all kinds. Hand Embroidery/Tapestry/Costumes/Quilting - love it!
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5 Responses to Slip Covers for Pottery Barn’s Lullaby Rocker and other upholstered furniture: custom made in fine fabrics – Call 845 549-3323

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    • I just wanted to comment about your hesitation in tackling the job of recovering the dining room chairs – but finding the determination and digging in when you had a bad day. The exact same thing happened to me! I had been promoting my sewing classes and advertising and had a flurry of interest and registration. When the first 6 week session of classes was wrapping up there was a point when I did not have anything pending and no new registrations for classes. I started to doubt that this was such a good idea. Maybe there just was not enough interest in sewing and costume making to actually have a business teaching it. I was a little depressed and trying to rethink my goals and option. I took a look around trying to think what else I could do. My lullaby rocker from Pottery Barn had long needed a new slipcover – it was really ripped up and stained and I’d been meaning to make a new one.

      Well, I made a new one in two days. Posted it on my web site and have been getting orders ever since!! Fortunately for me – Pottery Barn no longer sells slipcovers for this rocker – even though they are still selling the chair. Reenforcing – once again – my confidence in the many directions that a sewing business can take you. Sew On! Dream On!
      Mary Ann

  2. Rupa Grummon says:

    Thank you for your wonderful craftsmanship on your slipcover. Your colour swatches helped us pick the perfect fabric to complement our nursery. We received the package in great condition and have applied the covers to the rocker/cushion. The zipper is very sturdy and glides easily.

    Again, thank you so much!

  3. 2012 says:

    I’ve been browsing on-line more than 3 hours today, but I never found any attention-grabbing article like yours.

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