|Here is our Hero, stalking the elusive Sofa Beast.|
|He spots an entire herd of Sofa Beasts! |
He selects the one best suited to his needs, based on age and size....
and the fact it's leaning over the driveway.
|As Eöl readies his tools, the Sofa Beast charges unexpectedly!|
|With lightning fast reflexes...and a sharp chainsaw...our Hero fells the Sofa Beast.|
|Notoriously hard to kill, this Sofa Beast needs further subduing.|
|At last, the Beast is field dressed.|
|The Ritual Skinning of the Sofa Beast: the hide makes excellent mulch for flower beds.|
|Properly processed, the Sofa Beast is now ready for trophy mounting.|
|The sinew of a Sisal Critter has been added for additional strength and comfort.|
|The finished sofa is inspected by His Royal Barkiness.|
lol...I know...I have way too much fun with the mundane. Though there's nothing mundane about my one of a kind sofa!! WOOT!
The couch was my early anniversary present. I was going to make cushions for it over the winter since I really didn't have time when Eöl built it. In the meantime, I opted for using the mattress from our deceased futon. I kind of like the futon mattress, so I'll just be making a new quilt for the back of the couch.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE my couch!!! It is MADE OF AWESOME!!! It's the most comfortable couch I've ever sat on. I know better than to lie down on it if I need to stay awake. I'm out in about three seconds if I stretch out; it's just like a hammock...so comfy!!
And now, if you'll excuse me, the Couch Beast is trying to creep away, and I must hold it down with my body weight while munching bonbons.