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Concrete cloth

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old cloth and concrete wash flower pots, concrete masonry, diy, flowers, gardening, Concrete Wash

old cloth and concrete wash flower pots, concrete masonry, diy, flowers, gardening, Concrete Wash

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Brilliant! This step spook made by Barb is simple to make and will be the talk of your neighbourhood.

Make this simple concrete lighted step-spook with household waste and some concrete fabric draping. He is small scale and portable.

Fabric Tests for Concrete Draping - Made By Barb - cement dipped fibres

Concrete draping tutorial. Tests of 8 kinds of different fabrics & fibres for portland cement dipping to make draped concrete pots or characters.

concrete mixes - Choose which concrete mix is best for what you want to make

If you are not sure which premixed concrete product to buy here is a comparison of mixes. Crafting with concrete should be fun and easy!

Containers forum: Cloth and Cement (National Gardening Association)

Thread in the Containers forum forum by Cinta: Saw this and thought it was neat. Cement Cloth pots [lightbox]2014-06-03/Cinta/7b3898[/lightbox]

"Textile Reinforced Concrete (TRC) is an innovative composite material made from a concrete matrix and textile reinforcement by glass or carbon, which permits the production of extremely light and slender components. Beyond that the flexible reinforcement makes it possible to create free forms and geometries.", Institut für Textiltechnik, RWTH Aachen

"Textile Reinforced Concrete (TRC) is an innovative composite material made from a concrete matrix and textile reinforcement by glass or carbon, which permits the production of extremely light and slender components. Beyond that the flexible reinforcement makes it possible to create free forms and geometries.", Institut für Textiltechnik, RWTH Aachen

Concrete elf cave. There is about a 1% chance I would ever do this, but its intriguing.

🧝 Fun for the whole family! Dabbling with plaster, making a mess and anything goes. Throw away the level and the straight edge!