The most stylish Deckchair in Norfolk


Well the weather on my holiday didnt get any better, giving me plenty of time to get on with my summer project a deckchair made for two which cost the grand total of 90p or about $1.40. If your reading this in some exotic idyll you will need a deck chair, whereas a deckchair in England at the moment can best be described as forward planning, dont be fooled by the picture it was cold and blowing a gale, the things I do for my craft.

The only parts I needed to buy was some bolts which cost the grand total of 90p everything else were left overs.So a bit of a bargain.Both the wood and the fabric were left overs from previous projects.

When I make something unusual like this I try and make a video, this time with a super new camera with knobs and dials, which it insists you use, no longer can I shoot everything on automatic, and I look forward to down loading the footage to see what difference it makes.

I must admit to a certain boyish delight with the result. Its a project I have wanted to do for a while and its come out rather well. Whats more its been given the “beloved seal of approval” married men everywhere will understand the importance of that. Now all we need is some sun, its just a shame its finished just as I get ready to go back to work.


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