The authors make reupholstering easy for anyone with basic sewing skills and a chair or sofa in need of a makeover. Easy-to-follow text describes how to assemble tools, make patterns, avoid common mistakes (or repair them) and much more. Exquisite, original watercolor illustrations from designer Michelle Ball are featured throughout the book.
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applique arm fronts back pieces back sections bed sheet blanket stitch bottom edge box cushions box pleats boxing section boxing strip buttonhole stitch buttons chaise Chapter Six Chapter Three chintz Clip closure facing cloth patterns color cord Corner Kick cotton crease cross stitch curve cut-out daybed deck decorative dimension extra fabric section Figure finished flat fold furniture piece inside arm inside back layers look motifs needle one-piece back ottoman overlap pattern block pattern pieces patterns and cut pencil pillow back pillow cover pillow front Pin the patterns pin-fitting press the seam quilting raw edges Remove the pins ribbon right side ruffle running stitches seam allowance seam line seat cushion selvage Sew the inside sham shirring side skirtline slip slipcover sections slipper chair slipstitch Snap fasteners sofa staystitching steam press tailored skirt thread top edge topstitch Two-Piece Back upholstery Velcro welting wrong side yardage zipper