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I Can't Stop Repairing Chairs!

Yet another chair called to me from the trash. I used the fix it in three days or throw it away policy and went right to repairing it.

Though I am chair abundant I figured this one was good aluminum, one of my favorite metals, light weight and with chemical properties that prevent rusting. And all it needed was a new seat. OK I admit I have a little chair repair problem. . .



Porch Couch
Libby & Tristans Covered Wagon Couch
Ol' Metal Clunker
A Pallete Chair
From the Dump 
Not Good Enough For Thrift, 1970's Wire Chair

3 comments:

Littlefoot said...

I have done this too with alum folding chairs...but only when one side is torn loose. I assume you hand stitch the bottoms on?

I use a "Speedy Stitcher" made in NY since like 1910.

Thanks...enjoy your blogs.

Littlefoot said...

I have done this too with alum folding chairs...but only when one side is torn loose. I assume you hand stitch the bottoms on?

I use a "Speedy Stitcher" made in NY since like 1910.

Thanks...enjoy your blogs.

Wendy Jehanara Tremayne said...

yep hand stitched. a speedy stitcher huh? i'm going searching.