Mittwoch, 1. September 2010

I love my new chair! (including little tutorial)


Es ist wohl das Beste (für Nachahmer), T-Shirt-Stoff fürs Bespanien zu nehmen, weil der sich ein bisschen ziehen lässt und es so nicht so viele Falten gibt. Knifflig bleibt es, jedenfalls für mich. Ich freue mich auf weitere Versionen in Euren Blogs. Hier ist eine Bild-Anleitung der ersten Schritte, ich mache weiter, wenn es getrocknet ist.
I think it's the best to use t-shirt-cloth for covering because it is flexibel and so easier to fold around. It's difficult though, at least for me. I would be pleased to see some of such chairs in your blogs!
Here is a picture-tutorial from the beginning. I'll continue, when it is dry.

Kommentare:

  1. Wow,wow, wow! That's all I have to say to this one ;)))))

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  2. Josje, thank you so much. Of course I can see some faults, but I'm happy with the result too. Now I'll prepare some more clay for a collection of this chairs. The original model was a hairsalon-chair I found in the internet, but cause I don't know the source I cannot show it.
    Have a nice day!

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  3. This is a great idea. I presume the base is a hollow polystyrene ball, is that right?

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  4. I love your chair too! What a wonderful idea, on how to make it. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Hello Norma, I made a little tutorial for the chair.
    Kathi, thanks for your agreement.
    Ann, I'm pleased to share. Allways!

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  6. Thanks for the tutorial, that's a really clever construction idea!

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  7. Hi Oese, Where did you get the base of your clever red chair

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  8. THANK YOU for the tutorial! The chair is spectacular!

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  9. ¡Lo has conseguido! Te ha quedado genial. Gracias por tu explicación perfecta.
    Besos Clara

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