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. 😉
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.
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.
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.
Gorgeous little somethings for welding onto other things.
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. 😉
coooorrr i likie the values
look really interesting
i’m thinking you meant the ‘valves’ ? Or maybe you’re just really impressed with my lighting and focus? 😉
The valves are about two inches across, maybe two-and-a-half. There are three of them. Very, very nice!
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