Refurbished / Up-Cycled Stool

by Apr 3, 2020Crafts & Crafting, Shop News

The team at Gadsbys are multi-talented. Jackie has recently completed the refurbishment / up-cycle of an old, worn-out rattan stool.

Using 100% recycled cotton she wove a new seat onto the stool – leaving her with a great looking, usable stool.

Please note that this is not a service that the Gadsbys Restoration Team offer to clients.

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