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Drill and bits Scissors or utility knife Hole punches Pop rivet gun and rivets An old folding aluminum lawn chair Belts, seat belts, straps, dog collars... Awl Marker ...
Take a faded , old aluminum frame and strip off the old webbing from it with a screwdriver. The one I have appeared to have been in too ...
Find the center of the front and back bars of the chair. Mark them with a permanent marker. We'll be centering the first strap on this one.
You might need to drill new holes in the frame or you might be able to use (or enlarge) the holes that existed. A really wide piece of ...
Depending on the material you'll need different tools to put a hole in the straps. Leather belts will best respond to a leather hole punch. A seat belt ...
Use a rivet of the same material as the frame to avoid eventual oxidation (aluminum in this case). Use the pop rivet gun to secure the ends of ...
Use scissors or the utility knife to cut off the extra end of the strap or belt.
In my case, half way through the project we went over to a friend's house (hence the venue change in the photos) and i wrapped it up there. ...
These shorter but more numerous pieces have to be weaved between the first pieces. These are great to use old belts for because of the shorter length. The ...
Use up those old belts, pieces of seat belt webbing, and other straps to create an eclectic piece of furniture! I have found that it's really comfortable too.
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