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Great job! Looks very professional!
I have recently made a window seat following your instructions. It came out great! Thank you for the great instructions!!
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make a straight line on front back and sides of chair drill hole's that line up on all 4 sides feed cord through the holes you will get the same effect as wrapping around the dowel on the other chair.
very nice job. looks great.
this is brilliant! My dog just barfed up cat poop all over my lap, and he was nearly banished to the outside, had I not found this. Going to get my storage tubs now!! Thank you very much!
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Maybe burlap cloth to hold the soil and cotton twine wicks to bring up the water?
In Texas you can buy them at almost any feed store/farm supply. (NOT Tractor Supply...)Many times you can also find them asking the side of the road near Flea markets.
Great ideas. Please let us know how it works!
Love this project. Just rebuilt my first one. Only thing I did different was make the planter several inches deeper. The only negative I had was the center tube. In proportion to the size of the planter the"wick" is Huge. Actually too wet at the surface for some plants. I replanted it with a water filled 1liter bottle in the middle. That really made a difference. One thing I noticed in these increasing rare times when we have extra rain, the water in the bottom can become stale and even build up algae, so just to see what will happen, I am raising the bottom 2 inches and installing a solar water pump from harbor freight, with a fountain head to aerate and circulate the water. Found some great green barrels, cost a little more but no need to paint, check around. A long bamboo skewer glued into the top of a wine or champagne cork work's great in the fill tube to gauge water level
Hitting roadblocks. I realized you can't do this with any old chair. If it has a back that connects with the back horizontal piece, you can't skip that whole space. Duh, I feel stupid. I'm trying to think of a way to salvage the project. Maybe add a bar to the back and weave off that? Suggestions welcome.
Hard to hide knots on the back. You could simply heat both ends and join them. I always feel like I need knots but I've never had one come apart that I remember. Melted paracord holds well.
Wow that looks great. Nicely done!
Finally got around to getting a picture. It's not perfect, but at least now I know what to do when the other seat goes! Thanks again.
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I'm finishing two old rockers. Chose paracord for the backs and seats. Just started and it is working fairly well.Any suggestions for joins. I've been knotting without much grace.
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Thank you for sharing that. Fortunately old stain contains much less lead than paint and it is less common that it contains lead, but you don't know?
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