Cross Stitched Wood Chair by Penelope Ann Ramos


Cross Stitched Wood Chair by Penelope Ann Ramos

Cross-stitched Wood Chair is a design by Penelope Ann Ramos, a current design student at Pratt University. This design was inspired by creating a fabric design from wood. The design is made up of wooden slats which are then sewn together with a cross stitch pattern. The wooden slats are perfectly draped over the frame of the chair achieving a soft yet sturdy design.

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Etsy :: dinwiddies :: Super Shag Accent Chair

I individually sewed on each piece of cotton rope fringe to create this crazy chair. I hand dyed each piece prior to sewing it on. The chair stands 32-1/2inches tall from the floor to the top of the back. It is 19inches wide and 20inches deep.

PLEASE NOTE: This chair will ship out via Greyhound Package Express to your nearest greyhound station. Please specify your station of choice at checkout.
Added on Sep 16, 2008

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Last edited by Guido J. van den Elshout on November 26, 2011 at 10:42 AM

Vermelha chair Campana Brothers

Vermelha Chair

Designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana (Brazilian, b. 1961, b. 1953 ) Manufactured by Edra Designed in Brazil, 1993, Manufactured in Italy, 2007 Steel structure, hand-woven and dyed cotton rope
Chair courtesy of Edra
Photo: Andrew Garn

Via Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum [Ed: link disappeared since posting].

Steel Tongue

aluminum weave chair. Selected by the Cooper Hewitt Museum in NY for their permanent collection Designer: Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta (Thailand) Manufacturer: PIE (Project Import Export) USA

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Via Dezeen

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