Antique Spindle Chair

8:53:00 PM

This beautiful chair sat in my basement
for a very long time waiting for some love...


It used to have a caned seat and after all this time
you would think I would have a picture to show you...

I didn't want to re-cane the seat but I did think about
using it as a planter chair...

When I saw how Angie at 

I knew just what my little chair needed to be beautiful again!


I followed Angie's very detailed directions... 
cutting the wood, adding foam, attaching it to the chair...

then using paint cloth fabric, added my own spin to the project.

I ironed a French grain sack image from 
The Graphics Fairy right onto the seat cushion
using my favorite transfer paper


This paper never fails me.


This cute little chair is no longer in my basement 
waiting for love... it is in my shop
waiting for a good home.


This lovely chair is for sale at...

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  1. You did a beautiful job on this gorgeous chair! I'm sure it will sell immediately.


  2. Such a cute chair. Love the grain sack image - it's perfect.
    I came across TAP paper a few years ago and bookmarked the site though am still yet to try it. Can I ask, does it leave a clear film? I've worked with other transfer papers that leave quite an obvious shiny residue and wondered if TAP paper was different.
    Thanks so much.

  3. Susan, that turned out adorable! I'm sure it will go home with someone quick. Go glad my chair inspired you to do something with yours!

  4. That is gorgeous! I need to check out this paper... I've yet to try printing on fabric...


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