3D Sewing: Rings With Rope

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Introduction: 3D Sewing: Rings With Rope

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"Check if your material is sewable" and if not, then drill holes in it. Big holes. And sew with rope.

This hanging basket structure is a scaled-up version of the 3D Sewing: Rings with Strings technique.

This Instructable shows an example of milling and drilling sheets of MDF into large rings with holes in them and then sewing them together with rope.

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Step 1: Materials and Tool

MATERIALS:

- 3/4 inch MDF sheet (could also use other material)

- 1/2 inch diameter rope

TOOLS:

- Software to create toolpath

- Shopbot to cut MDF rings and drill holes

- Scissors to cut rope

- Lighter to finish ends of rope

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    5 Discussions

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    MsStuf
    MsStuf

    3 years ago

    you could use dowels instead and make an umbrella stand

    Or gift wrap paper paper

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    socialwoodworks
    socialwoodworks

    3 years ago

    This thing is pretty cool looking but what is it used for?

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    RosemaryPRN
    RosemaryPRN

    Reply 3 years ago

    I could see it being a hanging planter... different rope, line it with moss and Coco fiber, and voila. Or put a light in it and make it a lamp maybe?

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    Lorddrake
    Lorddrake

    Reply 3 years ago

    socialwoodworks - you beat me too it .. i was going to ask the same question :)

    Plusea - great photos. cool idea .. please let us know what other uses you have for this besides modern art