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that type of material no shrinkage though no harm done maybe more peace of mind if you wash it first

bought something like that myself thick enough for upholstery
though i did not need sewing

but you may want to use a lighter type of material for the top best would be the beige type its used for linings or in some countries for making parcels different thicknesses you'll want the thicker one
its up to you wont save that much cash

yes jok moved two doors up and the corner lot is being redeveloped probably another chinese funded hotel.

that sewing place is just an example of who might be more likely to do this type of request

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When I think about it I reckon shrinkage is unlikely if something is dried on a line… I think it happens most with hot tumble dry.

I actually went to see that lady at 270 yesterday… Ha ha

She was incredibly difficult to communicate with but nice enough I said I’d ask the Mrs. to get in touch.

e then west down whizzed WHIZZEDDown to WARORot Where I found some simpler material also 80bt per meter for 150cm wide. Too late to buy but I think it will do. I also met a charming fellow FELLA doing the rounds with his dad collecting cardboard

At 80 bad per meterI might as well not put a different panel in the top of the bed just use the same stuff. My only thought is will it fit in the washing machine. I guess so it’ll only be about twice as big as a sheet and a bit thicker

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Sorry
Andy I’m at a loss.
I just see a little soi


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yes, google only has last years photo since that time
new hotel, cafe, resteraunt and laundry machines all on the right as you enter
if you  ever need larger capacity machine

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Andy the wife.....Thai....called the 270 lady and also found her difficult to communicate.
Thanks u tried, but missus has gone to the upholseters in HD hope that works out


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It may be easiest to buy online from Lazada or eBay.  Both sites have this type of item at OK prices.

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Actually e wife bought one at Peenung the bedding chain.
Not exactly what we had in mind but quick and ec9nomical and looks ok


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7 hours ago, stament said:

Lady at the front of Nong Hoi market 

duly noted 

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Plenty of roadside stalls. Just look for one with a sewing machine, they are fairly easy to recognise.

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I have a pair of black shorts that are too loose; consequently, I put a piece of string between two belt loops - which I pulled tight, then tied. The string is white; however, I do not know if it matches.

 

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I have a pair of black shorts that are too loose; consequently, I put a piece of string between two belt loops - which I pulled tight, then tied. The string is white; however, I do not know if it matches.

 

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They actually have these things called belts which funny enough the belt loops I made for :-)


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