For over 45 years I have been doing slip covers with Old World craftsmanship. The fabric is molded to the furniture and it emulates upholstery. Each piece of furniture is hand crafted.
The first time I met Judy Hayes, she walked in, gave my tired old couch a quick look, then pulled out her scissors and began cutting 20 yards of material into dozens of seemingly odd and random pieces — all the while chatting and laughing. Then she shoved the whole mess into a bag and left, hollering from her car window, 'See you in a couple of weeks!' And you know, a couple of weeks later, back she came — that tangle of pieces transformed into the most beautiful slipcover I'd ever seen!
Well, many beautiful slipcovers later, I remain in awe of her work. I mean, we visit, she cuts, and in no time at all, a whole new piece of furniture appears! Truth is, Judy doesn't make slipcovers. She makes magic! Give her a call, some fabric, and a couple of weeks. You'll see!
— J. Henderson
Judy, you can "cover my slips" anytime
- Louis Nichole