Here is the link in case you missed it today :)
Friday, August 1, 2014
Thursday, July 31, 2014
This is the pin that I found.Super fun!
Items Needed:1” PVC Pipe (They come in 10 foot lengths so you just need one per chair.
7 inches x 18 inches Outdoor Fabric or Canvas
8 PVC Elbows
PVC Pipe Cutters
(2) 3” bolt with nut
1) Cut your PVC Pipe into (4) 15 inch pieces, (2) 10 inch pieces and (2) 7 inch pieces
2) Using the Acetone, remove the black writing on the pipe. (I can’t believe how easy this was to do!)
3) In the middle of all (4) 15 inch pieces, (and I am talking the EXACT middle), drill a hole big enough for your 3” screw.
5) Measure and sew a 2.5 inch casing on each side, enough to slide the PVC pipe through (hint: I discovered it would be nice to have this be even larger so it would slide over the elbow and make the fabric on the seat more smooth…. maybe do 3 inch casings)
|This is an example of what would happen if the casing wasn't big enough to go over the elbows on the pipe.|
7) Using the 15 inch PVC, make (2) rectangles, one with the 7 inch top and bottom, and the other with the 10 inch top and bottom. hint: Make sure the rectangles are put together really tight. If you don’t your chair can be all kinds of interesting crooked!
8) Criss cross your rectangles and line up the holes in the middle. Put the bolt through the holes.
I think this is the CUTEST pin. There are definitely some learning curves I learned along the way. The cost is about $7 per chair, and it is big enough for a TINY bum (like 4 years old or younger) so you decide!
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
|Dang I captured an AWESOME face for this one!|
Here is the link for the segment on Pioneer Day Activities!