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Woven Recycled Denim Charpai Cot

by , 10/29/10

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A charpai is a commonly used Indian string cot, and while typically, nylon strings are to make them, Siddharth Hirwani’s version uses recycled strips of denim. First, 3-inch strips are cut and stitched together to make a roll of flat strip, which is then used to weave the central bed portion of the charpai on which a quilt or thin mattress can be spread out.

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5 Responses to “Woven Recycled Denim Charpai Cot”

  1. veena says:

    Great work!

  2. amol says:

    very nice….

  3. ashok says:

    great imaggination and practicle too

  4. Error: Unable to create directory wp-content/blogs.dir/2/files/2017/10. Is its parent directory writable by the server? Diane Pham says:

    brilliant idea and so practical.

  5. chellspecker says:

    I always prefer to see an actual made project rather than just a computer mock-up. It might be a good idea conceptually, but challenges inevitably arise in realizing any project using the materials intended, and it’s important to see the designer face these challenges. Great idea, will it work?


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