Kim GregoryComment

Pouf positive

Kim GregoryComment
Pouf positive

When I couldn’t find a pouf I liked in the shops, I decided to make my own. I cut an old laundry basket down to size using a hand saw, before fixing wooden battens inside with screws to reinforce it. Then I put padding on the top and covered the whole thing with material using staples. I’m delighted with the finished product and it didn’t cost me a penny.

Sonia Murphy, Rockfield, Derry