JMS I need help

December 15th, 2011 in member junk     
jerserypickerbro jerserypickerbro, member
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hello

I am going to make an ottoman out of this old packing crate. What fabric do you like, or neither one. As always, thank for your comments and opinions.

Frankie.j

 

 


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Comments (11)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: How about a coffee sack? a peanut sack? a flour sack? How about something different than burlap - softer, not scratchy, maybe canvas, textured and with no particular pattern. Happy creating! ~Mary~ Posted: 10:42 am on July 21st
DecorMadeSimple writes: Love these crates, particularly the blue one. Posted: 8:04 pm on February 6th
junquegal writes: Love the burlap I have a crate I am making into a footstool also can't wait to see the finished product.
Posted: 12:34 pm on December 24th
CleverJunk writes: I prefer the burlap. Can't wait to see the finished product...love the green color on the crate!
Sherri Posted: 7:57 pm on December 16th
JunqueGRL writes: Burlap! Perhaps a stenciled number or monogram in black on top? Posted: 7:57 pm on December 16th
annebell writes: I'd have to say burlap. If you don't like the texture, canvas would be good, too. The crates are awesome! Posted: 12:24 pm on December 16th
gadgetsponge writes: Burlap all the way. It's scratchy, but it looks the best with all that distressed goodness. Posted: 11:20 am on December 16th
sandyrae writes: Burlap fan here!
sandy Posted: 9:27 am on December 16th
JunkArchitect writes: Burlap for both.

Jim
Posted: 6:37 am on December 16th
SpringDaleJunkLady writes: The burlap piece for sure...the stripe is to formal. Love the green crate! Posted: 8:25 pm on December 15th
cshimonke writes: Green crate = burlap material (fun to add some sort of decoupage design on there).
Brown crate tan striped material
Posted: 8:13 pm on December 15th
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