I got a leather office chair, stays clean that way. I love being able to have one chair that I can wheel around in, to the different tables.Debbie
Oh the trails and tribulations of a folk artist, Ha, ha. cheers Marie
LOL..My chair is just a simple one...with wooden legs..so no fuzzing and such needed!!Have a wonderful evening,Doreen
Ha, ha! Have you ever seen the shopping carts in fabric stores?!! You can barely push them sometimes... they're so full of fabric poo!
Oh god I hate having to delint chairs! Nightmare!
Ha Ha! I feel your pain. I hate having to clean up my chair. Takes too much time away from things I really love to do!xoxoDonna
So true!!! I hate the big long chucks of hair that get all tangled up too....ew, why did I think of that? Ha ha, sorry that's gross... you could always needle felt the dust bunnies!!!Thank you for your sweet poem, I was so touched by all the comments and words of encouragement....I really am in a funk, but hopefully if I can find the Prim magazine I will all happy again!!!Hugs,Margaret B
It's just a telltale sign that you've been busy creating...right? **hehe**oxChristina
Susan,I have a vintage art stool on wheels, unfortunately my studio has carpet. I de-string de-lint & everything else constantly! Lol I LOVED your layout in Prims. Oh, you know how I love your work. I must buy a mouse, bird, anything! I love them all! The photos were brilliant. Congrats Lisa
LOVE THE ARTICLE IN PRIMS. It is great and you are sooooo talented!! Thanks for the I-candy
Just blog hopping and found this one. Amazingly wonderful! I hate the wheels loading up too. I keep thinking that I should just add those furniture mover feet to regular chair legs.
Oh, I am so glad someone else spoke of this heartache first. Aren't those long threads just the worst. I have to use a scissors to pry them out. Of course, if I were more careful about throwing bits and pieces "into" the basket instead of "near" the basket, it wouldn't be so bad. Keep smilin'
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