- Measure up the front 2 1/2", draw a line.
- Measure up the back of the chair 4", draw a line.
- Draw a diagonal line from the back to the front on each side.
- Cut out the chair, I used Kuhn Rikon snips but think an Exacto knife would work too.
- Make holes all around the the plastic, you want the same number of holes on each opposite side. To make it a little easier on my hand I did wear a leather glove while punching the holes. Notes: I'm not the best of planners and just began punching so my holes aren't very evenly spaced. I ended up with 7 holes across the front and back. 9 holes up each side.
- I decided to knot my yarn to each hole allowing the cut ends to hang down covering some of milk carton.
- Cut 16 pieces of yarn that are 12" long. (I gave myself some wiggle room, you could make them shorter if you want to save some yarn.)
- Push the yarn thorough a hole in the front, let it hang down to cover the milk carton and double knot it. Find the matching hole in the back. Now you don't want to pull the yarn tight, we want to create a "sling like" seat... So leave it a little slack.
- Double knot a string of yarn to a top hole on the side and begin weaving it over and under the strings to the other side. Leave it a little slack and tie it off when you get to the other side. If your first string starts out by going over, make the next hole down start out by going under... Continue until the seat is completely woven (think hammock:@)
Wa-La, a Barbie seat!