Juggernaut

The hard rubbish thing had fallen quiet as I was too busy to go a-looking. Fortunately, the collection has crept up to our immediate neck of the woods and I don’t have to go a-looking anymore. Just step out the front door. ๐Ÿ˜‰
hardrubbish_chairs

Can’t decide with these chairs whether to use the seat as a template to make a second seat and then cover both in a vintage fabric OR find some nice weathered timber, make two new seats and make vintage-fabric cushions. The second option would be quicker I think.
desk_lr
I like the industrial legs and the shape of this desk, just have to find something to do about that desktop. Bleugh! Anyone know where I can find cool, funky contact? Its the perfect size for J.
gate_lr
This gate is the last piece we need to finish off the veggie garden fence. I can trim it down with my grinder and use my welder to make it the perfect fit.
valves_lr
Gorgeous little somethings for welding onto other things.
hoops_lr
Thansk to my neighbour Sam for finding these hoops for me. I can already see three stick figures welded together, like three ducks on a wall. ๐Ÿ˜‰

3 thoughts on “Juggernaut

  1. i’m thinking you meant the ‘valves’ ? Or maybe you’re just really impressed with my lighting and focus? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    The valves are about two inches across, maybe two-and-a-half. There are three of them. Very, very nice!

  2. Hi Faith, I love your blog. Glad to see those chairs went to a good home. We carried them on foot all the way from a garage sale near ceres and never did anything with them. x

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