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Old Posted: 11-08-2008 , 11:08 PM #16
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Fabulous !! And to think this beautiful piece of furniture could have ended up in landfill. Just goes to show what can be done with a little bit of imagination. Well done.
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Old Posted: 11-08-2008 , 11:57 PM #17
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oh its just lovely!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old Posted: 12-08-2008 , 10:35 AM #18
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Wow,

what an excellent, professional job, it just shows you what you can do if you put your mind to it....

If you ever fancy a holiday up here in rainy soaked ole Clones you can come and help me recover a 3+1+1+ footstool, with sun faded removable covers... I have all the equipment BUT LACK the expertise,
Great work
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Old Posted: 12-08-2008 , 08:26 PM #19
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That is really good. Did you do a course in upholstery or are you naturally brilliant?
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Old Posted: 13-08-2008 , 01:11 AM #20
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It's very satisfying to finish a piece of furniture. I used to upholster and remake furniture for a passtime before my arthritis, and you would amaze yourself with the starting piece and what you end up with. A lot of hard work and swearing believe me, but worth every bit. Good job, you'll enjoy sitting in your chair all the more now. It looks fabulous.
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Old Posted: 14-08-2008 , 02:58 PM #21
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Hello, I have a kids chair that you may be interested in as a project, let me know. You can take it away for free if interested. I live in Castleknock.
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Old Posted: 14-08-2008 , 04:04 PM #22
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Well done Ycul, what type of course / night class you did I would love to learn those skills like you, I have plenty of things to restore myself.

Well done again

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Old Posted: 14-08-2008 , 10:02 PM #23
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wow - looks stunning!!!! well done
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Old Posted: 14-01-2009 , 12:57 AM #24
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wow, never would have thought it possible.... what sort of course did you do, i'm very interested in doing one similar...
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Old Posted: 14-01-2009 , 08:29 AM #25
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Hi there,

Beautiful job! Can you post a tutorial on how to recover furniture? I have a set of kitchen chairs in the attic that I need to cover before I can use them...

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Old Posted: 14-01-2009 , 03:56 PM #26
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hey now that you have done up the chair so beautifully,just wondering if you dont want it andif you ever put it up on jumbletown please can i put my name in the hat.its fab,lol
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Old Posted: 14-01-2009 , 04:18 PM #27
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Wow. Well done!

Will you do one for me next?
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Old Posted: 14-01-2009 , 04:38 PM #28
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Fab U Lous
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Old Posted: 15-01-2009 , 11:14 PM #29
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ycul u can find every pice of glas all diferent types on B&Q .
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Old Posted: 15-01-2009 , 11:28 PM #30
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thats all l can say!!!
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