Three wheel cars:
1st: The cat bite is coming along. No redness nor black. I am giving me a passing grade in first aid. The culpret is featured at the end of the post.
I have used paint on shirts to make unique designs. I learned from my sister Shirley. If she accidentally got a ‘bleach spot’ or a stain on a favorite piece of clothing She would pick design that would work and make a ‘Bumble Bee, butterfly, or even initials. She could do this with cute design patches, paint or sewing thread. She was an artist with this stuff.
I have no doubt some of you have done that, I am nearly positive Lisa over in Gtown has done the deed before.
(I went out to look and get the headboard. Sherry has it looking great)
I am bringing this up because my girl pointed out something that a lady would notice. In the motor home we have a cloth head board. It is now a faded blue. She asked about getting it upholstered. I said we could do it, she nixed the idea, “Maybe YOU can, but not ME!” I know she could do it, but has very little self confidence in that area.
So I have been thinking and looking on the net, I have decided we can ‘MOST LIKELY’ dye the sucker a darker blue.
I have read and watched YouTube with both spray dye and ‘RIT’ liquid dyes. I am not sure the one I want to try. If we mess up I am sure we can reupholster the thing.
PS: After removing the headboard, it is Just as I thought it is a very simple upholstery job if the dye turns out terrible.
I passed the traitor on the way out. I tapped the top of the card table and he was up in a second. He rolled over for me but I did not pet him. I told him again. I have been reading some westerns. They hang crooks like you so you better remember that.