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Had a blast doing this chair for cheap. Cost me $60.00:
already taken apart
A $15.00 blanket from Walmart will do.
Make sure you give your self room when cutting your fabric of choise
Stapled and glued fabric, while stretching. I went over the exsisting fabric
Completed bottom and top
New hardware in place, i know the chrome is messed up, but i will do that another day.
used some cool bolts to hold it together, something different.
Striped the armrest.
I needed more padding, My roomate gave me this car wash thing to use. Yes i know foam would of been more ideal, but i have to use what i have and thi...
I started glueing, wraping, and trimming.
One down, there is a difference!
both done, but time to recycle those strips, so lets glue and layer.
keep stacking, one down.
And keep trimming, and more trimming.
Wrap and glue, Wrap and glue, trim, trim, and almost done!
And done, everything together! pretty nice actually for 24 years old. Future modifications: paint all chrome flat black fiberglass the back of the ch...
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