Provides detailed instructions for regluing and refitting chair joints, repairing or patching damaged furniture surfaces, refinishing tables and chairs, replacing woven seats, and reupholstering couches and chairs
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Reupholstering for a New Look
Firming the Inner Structure of Old Furniture
Using a Home Sewing Machine for Upholstering
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