Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cheetah armchair?

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Padding of the inside back almost done.

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Yes, I think I’ll use this cheetah fabric.

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The seat is almost done!

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Up-side down. Sitting on the inside back to flatten the padding.

Upholstery course 5. Spring 2014. 3/6

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1615131_10152305581681810_1296642981_nI brought my old chairs to class again. I had planned to work on them at home – but I didn’t seem to find time. Early in the morning, a couple of hours before I had to leave and go to Gothenburg, I took the chairs out into the garden. I spray painted them with metallic silver paint.

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I let them dry in the early morning sun and then put them in the car.

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The under fabric – which we in Sweden call domestik – is on.

 

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Before I do the final cutting – I try it on some “left overs”.

 

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It’s not easy to work with a lapdog!

 

 

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My Cheetah is finished – notice the head – and is now waiting for its twin.