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Get Hands Dirty wanted to improve the acoustics of her recording studio. She created a custom geometric pattern and used the plain PET Felt panels to make trapezium tiles. In this case, the panels were cut using the table saw – it is a quick and effective method to cut geometric PET Felt shapes of any size. See how she did it:
To batch-cut the panels, Cristiana made a custom table saw jig. It allowed to quickly process the panels into the desired trapezium-shaped tiles.
PET Felt panels are a great choice for custom projects, like this one, as it offers various cutting and mounting possibilities. In this case, the tiles were mounted using polymer adhesive. Check our instructions to learn more about this or other processing methods.
“For this project, I ended up cutting over 700 pieces, but it all goes quicker than you think!”
It’s always exciting to see how much is possible with a simple panel! Get Hands Dirty chose a triangular structure and four colours. Three shades of grey formed a basis of this pattern, while bright yellow added some striking accents to it. The final look is truly impressive! The wall has a gradient from dark grey at the bottom to light grey at the top with a few pops of yellow here and there. As a final touch, there are two speaker stands made from the same colours of PET felt.
“For the pattern, I decided to make a transition from dark to light so that the pattern doesn’t get too predictable and annoying to look at every day.”