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  1. I would cover my husband’s ugly winged-back chair in the living room. It has great bones and has barely been sat on at all, but the design is just not my style. at all. oh the joys of marriage and sharing furniture!

  2. I would love to recover our family room sofa. It is a good Thomasville sofa but has definitely seen its better days – in fact it is pretty sad looking. I would love to slipcover it as the basic sofa is in good shape – but I am lacking cofindence to try this project. I need some help!!

  3. ooooo I would definitely cover the chair and ottoman in our living room. It used to have a pretty print… now it’s covered with dirt, fingerprints, and baby desitin!

  4. I have a wingback chair that is screaming for something new! Slipcovering, though, just seems to intimidate me to no end….would love to win this DVD!

  5. I’d love to tackle a wing back chair that I have and some dining room chairs like you pictured for my mother. We’d both be very happy!

  6. My parents just recently gave me my grandma and grandpas beautiful love seat. It’s an antique so I don’t want to reupolster it but it can’t be left as is!!

  7. I’d love to slipcover a chair in our bedroom. It was clawed by our cat and when he died we had it reupholstered. Then we rescued another cat and she clawed it up again…she died of intestinal cancer last spring and we have no plans of getting another cat anytime soon since we have three kids and it’s pretty chaotic at times. Now would be a good time to make the chair presentable.

  8. I don’t have anything yet, but we have been looking for some used couches, that when I find them, I wouldn’t have to worry about what they look like, just as long as they are comfy, I would be able to recover them….

  9. the last photo you posted (denim couch) that is what I need to cover-2 couches and a love seat!!

    cooperkelly4@yahoo dot com

  10. I need to slipcover our sectional, we got it in a pale green before our daughter was born. Needless to say, you can definitely sense her presence now, lol.

  11. I have a wing back chair that I would love to cover. And Shelly truely is incrediable!!!

  12. Hi, I would love to re-slip my couches. I made them over over a year ago and while they are ok, I would have loved to have added piping, made some pleats, all of which I have no idea how I would do. Thanks for the giveaway.

  13. I have a couch that’s about 11yrs old. It’s an olive green. And while I love green I’m pretty sick of looking at that! I’d love to recover it in a more neutral fabric so that I can add some fun pillows 🙂 I’ve been putting off the recovering project because it’s a bit (ok, very) intimidating!

  14. I have so many things that I would love to recover!! The most urgent would be a LazyBoy glider that my son bought me at an auction. It has the most hideous fabric choice on it that I have ever seen, but is the most comfortable chair that I have ever set on. I can’t wait to try to recover it and see how beautiful it can be. It would be like the transformation of the Ugly Duckling!!

  15. I would love to win this DVD…I have the ugliest couch ever and no funds to buy a new one.

  16. Oooh, I would LOVE to win this! I’ve been wanting to recover a chair forever! Of course, I have to buy such chair first, but I’ve been waiting to find a good one! This would be such a great help! 🙂

  17. Oh my gosh!! I need this DVD!! We’re moving to a new house with a HUGE living room and our current furniture isn’t big enough so I’m looking at second-hand stores for couches. Since I don’t live anywhere near Shelley, I’d be able to make them super cute with the DVD.

  18. I have very large awkward living room and very fancy dining room chairs. As years pass, I really need a new slip cover for my chair and sofa in the living room and I just inherited a dining set with carved wood that I would like slipcovers on to protect from dust, drying, sunlight, ect.

  19. I would so love to have this. I have been trying to check out books from the library to learn how to slipcover, but the selection is limited. I am also liking on facebook. Love the photos, perfect for inspiration.

  20. I really need this. My couch has a pottery barn slip on it and I hate it! Having that DVD would give me the courage to do one myself! Thanks for the chance to win!

  21. I am a huge fan of Shelley! She is so talented!! And self taught, which is amazing! I have a chair that I want to slip cover and I already have the fabric! lol

    Please enter me!

    Lou Cinda

  22. Every time I see one of Shelley’s slipcovers, my jaw drops. Amazing skills, and I want to learn! I have a sage green sofa with two reclining seats that I would LOVE to slipcover…the green is nice enough, but it’s limiting my wall colour choices!

  23. Yay! I want to slipcover my couch in my living room badly, but I have no idea where to start! Thanks!

  24. I’ve been trying to get up the courage to slip cover a club chair & hope this DVD would finally push me into doing it. Thanks for the giveaway!
    twelve30 (at) gmail (dot) com

  25. I need to make a slipcover for a large sectional couch and a hide-a-way couch. Thank you for the opportunity.

  26. I’d put a clean-lined slip on our camel-back loveseat. It’s well made and comfortable but bears the scars of several cats (and kids). I’ve love to hide those shredded corners and give this piece a longer life! Shelley does meticulous work. I’m in awe of her skills.

  27. I have been wanted to make a slipcover for my 1950’s sofa. Love the lines but hate the fabric.

  28. I want to be able to make a slipcover like Shelley does!! I’m a bit of a perfectionist and Shelley’s slipcovers are perfect. I’ve got a mammoth sectional that I’m afraid to take on and a smaller squarish chair that would be a good starting slipcover project. Thanks for the give-away.

  29. oh how I need to get this DVD! The first thing you see when you walk in my front door is my lovely (cough, cough) floral sofa. I’ve been wanting to reslip it for a while now! Your’s turned out beautiful, thanks for the chance to win!

  30. My fiance and I have 3 very old, very used couches that still have a lot of life in them, but lets face it… They are dirty and ugly. I clean then with an upholstery cleaner at least once a week because our dog likes to sleep on the couch at night (and lick the cushions YUCK!!). I would love to be able to make my own slip covers that I can just take off and wash with the laundry every week or every other. I just don’t know where to start with the whole process of making a slipcover!

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