When we first moved in, I was so glad to have my own office/craft room. It was big enough to fit my old kitchen table that could be used as a desk or…a craft table. I kept my four chairs plus my office chair. It was AWE-SOME.
Annnnnd, I never went. I mean. Never. My table and chairs were great for drying clothes (as it is adjacent to the laundry room). Suddently, I thought it was impractical, it took too much space and I simply had to have my own office for school. So we found a old desk top + tresltes and painted them glossy white and gold. So Pinterest. So pretty. I had a glossy black bookcase. It was decided, my office would be black, white and gold.
I got rid of the table and chairs, but I kept my office chair, which is extremely comfy, but also extremely GREY. GREY! In my black-white-gold-office. I couldn’t take it. So I made this to cover it up. (will work on covering the arms)
I don’t believe I used a pattern, but here are the basics to chevronning.
I do know I used 1 cheap 10$/750 yds skein of worsted weight yarn from Michael’s brand for both black and white + 1 not so cheap metallic gold (yeah right) skein from Patons.
5.5 mm hook.
To make this, you’re gonna need a 7 seasons/42 minutes episode show. It won’t take you 7 seasons to make, but time will fly if you watch…
All 7 seasons are on Netflix.
Best TV show on earth (don’t judge, I promise to suggest Breaking Bad next time (which I believe is what I watched while making this…))
Oy with the poodles already!