Having achieved success in the manufacture of chairs from plywoodand plastics, Charles and Ray Eames came up with a sturdy but light chair made of wire at a reasonable price. First released in 1951, the Eames chair immediately becomes a hit and, having passed the test of time, is as popular today as it was half a century ago. Akira Ishikawa decided to soften the chairs a little and give them a refined personality with the help of ... yarn! The mesh wire stool base isa beautiful canvas for knitting. Picking up the desired color of yarn, you can easily tie the entire seat and back with plain plaits and weaves. Warm, cozy, comfortable and made by own hands. Source of the photo.