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« on: October 31, 2006 11:29:33 AM »

Well I have redone two chairs. I'm sorry, I was so excited I didn't take before pictures, and I also forgot to. Eek!
One is an office chair I got from Target, that my dogs decided to chew while we were away at work. Ahh, the pre-kennel days. Coming home to something new trashed. *sigh* Anyways, it was really bad. Leather falling off, chair fluff missing.




The other was a chair I think I got for free somewhere, that once again my dogs (pre-kennel days) decided to chew while we were gone. It wasn't as horrible as the first, but it was pretty bad. The wood part was an awful scratched up, and a little chewed on, brown stain. I'm sure it looked really nice before I got it. Smiley I ran out of fabric so this is it's almost-finished stage. The back and underside are the unfinished parts, that you can't really see in these pictures. (My dog likes to model for the camera.) I'm wondering if I should use a different fabric for the back, that goes well with black... hmmm...



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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2006 11:45:48 AM »

Love the chairs.
Especially the doggy.
What a cutie.

I totally understand about chewing with dogs.
Mine got kicked out of the spare/craft room cause he was chewing the batting for a quilt. I come out of the room from sewing for about 20 minutes and he found my vintage 1967 edition Vampire, Ghouls, Monsters and More I was reading. He chewed, ripped and ate some of it. Ughhhhh thats what I get for leaving it out and not paying attention to him.  Shocked
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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2006 12:33:09 PM »

Awwww, thanks! Gotta love them though! They're easier than kids, that's for sure! Hehe. Wink
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