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Old Posted: 16-01-2009 , 11:04 AM #31
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savage chair good job ;o)
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Old Posted: 16-01-2009 , 04:46 PM #32
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That restoration job is amazing, the attention to detail. You must have oodles of patience. An heirloom now i think! Well done!
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Old Posted: 16-01-2009 , 05:02 PM #33
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absolutely beautiful, could you do one for me?
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Old Posted: 16-01-2009 , 11:44 PM #34
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Well done. I think this re-vamped chair is absolutely amazing. I would love this in my house if I had the room. Again well done
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Old Posted: 07-02-2009 , 01:29 AM #35
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I wish I had a chair like that.
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Old Posted: 13-03-2009 , 10:03 PM #36
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I have parker knoll chairs if you want them, they need to be restored.
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Old Posted: 14-03-2009 , 09:21 AM #37
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Oh my God!!! That's amazing. It's really beautiful.
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Old Posted: 06-10-2009 , 04:26 PM #38
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Hi Ycul
I keep coming back to your chair for another look! I think its georgous. I have just spotted a chair similiar in a charity shop and their holding it for me, i'm considering it, to revamp it. How long did it take you roughly, and what kind of fabric did you use ? I thought I might use a curtain fabric that i have and love,but the guy said that, that would only be ok if it wasnt being used much as it would be durable. Would it be ok or would it have to be upolstery fabric do you think ? Im really tempted to do it, but I know its going to take lots of time, and I dont want to wreck it after paying for it. Any words of advice would be great.
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Old Posted: 06-10-2009 , 05:47 PM #39
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Thats fantastic, where did you do the course??? I'd love to try something like that. Really brilliant and professionally done!!!!!
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Old Posted: 17-10-2009 , 10:44 PM #40
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Fabulous !!! Love the colour ! Great job, well done.
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