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Thread: Chair with neckties

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    I hope this is helpful, first time doing a tutorial.1. Prepare chair, cut wide ends off ties ans sew together making one long string. 20-21 ties 2. Staple one end of tie to the back corner and apply a strong drop of glue.(I use 527) 3. Wrap ties around back and forth, then insert batting or foam. What ever you prefer. 4. Now pull the ties under and out the side of the chair. 5. Start weaving across and bottom. Pull tight as you work. At the end glue to hold in place. Let dry before sitting on. Cut off extra
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    Finished chair
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    very cute chair, how many neckties did you have to use?

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    Nice work! I like your chair inspector, too!

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    Cool, thanks for the tute.

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    Wow!! You caned a chair with ties. Cool idea. My papaw used to cane bottoms all the time with twine.

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    wow.. I love this! I have the ties.. I just need a chair...

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