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  • Drop in Seat Foam Part 1
    to hold it firm 2 Tear pieces of calico or curtain lining about 13cm 5 wide in strips equal to the length of each side The width of the strips can vary depending on the combined depth of the foam and base My measurements are base on a total of 2 of depth 3 Lay one piece of the torn fabric about 3 from the edge of the foam and spray glue on the fabric as well as the foam that is showing between it and the edge Enough to cover both well but not too heavy 4 Bring the glued fabric back over the edge of the foam Smooth over the surface to ensure that it has adhered evenly 5 Turn the board or frame over with the strip of fabric facing away from you Spray more glue on the edge of the board and foam 6 Apply pressure with your body by leaning into the frame board and press down with your hands creating yet further even pressure with your fingers 7 Without releasing the pressure fold the fabric round over the bottom of the frame board 8 Continue adding all the fabric strips and trim excess where necessary 9 You should now have a seat with perfectly rounded edges This method will stop the foam creeping back from the edge of the seat when it is used and protect the front edge from wear The result is that the seat will look better feel more comfortable and last longer 10 Finally lay over a sheet of 2 oz or 4 oz polyester It is now ready for the fabric In this project I have used a R300 foam code F11 in 1 1 4 depth If you are unsure how to calculate this it is best to

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  • Drop In Foam Seat Part 2
    Likewise with your depth IMPORTANT NOTE It is best practice to use the selvedge of your fabric at the sides of your chair In other words with the weft running from left to right If there is a pile to your fabric make sure that it runs smooth from back to front of the seat This means that when you run your hand from the back to front of the seat it will flatten the pile 13 Mark your square of fabric with chalk and cut it out TIP If you are covering more than one seat cut all the fabric at the same time This way you can cut each piece on exactly the same section of the fabric s pattern so that all your seats will match This is especially important when a fabric has a strong pattern or colours 14 Fold your fabric in half vertically and make a tiny cut on the centre line top and bottom Copy this to all pieces you have cut 15 Put a chalk arrow with a B on the reverse indicating which is the back of your fabric 16 Mark the centre of your seat on the base and run a pencil line down the centre the length of the seat 17 Place the fabric face down on the bench and lay the seat on top with the base upwards Make sure that the two snips that you made in the fabric are perfectly in line with the centre line on the seat Note Make sure the arrow on the back of the fabric indicating the back is pointing in the right direction 18 Always start from the centre off the seat and work towards each corner Do not fix too close to the corners at this stage Smooth the

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  • Drop In Foam Seat Part 3
    as the front and back Trim off excess at sides where seat tapers 22 Fixing the back corners Staple the side folds all the way to the back edge of the seat as in picture Make sure you smooth it round firmly from the front of the seat Trim the fabric where it meets the back edge of the seat Cut a pointed piece of fabric to come over the edge of the back from the side Make it the width of the frame only Staple down the point Trim off the excess fabric Fold under the edge so that the opening on the back edge is facing the sides and so the fold is level with the end of the seat on the back edge TIP Use a small pair of very sharp scissors that cut at the point when doing this job That way you won t be tempted to cut too deep Remembered you can always cut more but you can t put it back when you cut too much When all corners are finished to have that professional touch you can staple some bottoming cloth black or brown on to the bottom of the seat Click here to find it on our website Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor Cups C11 parent Also available in Chrome or Black Chrome finish These beautiful solid brass cas More Details Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Courses We offer a variety of courses here so you can master various crafts Click here Order online today Order Online today check out our catalog Today Click here Special Offer Click here to view our products that are on special offer Click here

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  • Using Edging Profiles
    How to make them last longer and stop the foam creeping away from the front edge after Well here s a tip on one easy way of achieving this and creating a superb finish Try using an edge profile These come in various diameters with a side or centre flange An edge profile can be made of polyfoam or even paper which is remarkably tough Pictured below are just some of the profiles edge rolls Just staple or tack the edge roll to the edge of the board or frame Fit your foam tightly inside of the profile to create a smooth continuous flow of filling If necessary you can slightly taper the bottom edge of the foam You will find that the foam will need to be slightly higher than the profile as it is softer and will therefore sink into the firmer profile Just lay a cover of polyester Luxbond is an excellent brand over the finished pad and cover with calico or your top cover I have chosen to use foam as my example but other fillings such as rubberised hair or heavy felts can be used instead Why use polyester over foam Using polyester over your foam serves three purposes Foam will rot when exposed to UV light and dust the polyester finish will help protect it from both elements Furthermore the top cover will look feel and behave better when not in direct contact with the foam Never put velvet or other piled fabrics directly onto foam as the natural movement of the foam may grab the underside of the cloth and strip it of its pile creating bare patches Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor

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  • How to Edge a foam stool
    Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home How to Edge a foam stool Video How to Edge a Foam Stool Joan Milton teaches you how to edge a foam stool using spray glue and calico to create a curved edge ready for your top fabric Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor Cups C11 parent Also available in Chrome or Black Chrome finish These beautiful solid brass cas More Details Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Courses We offer a variety of courses here so you can master various crafts Click here Order online today Order Online today check out our catalog Today Click here Special Offer Click here to view our products that are on special offer Click here Hints Tips Need a little advice for your upholstery job Check out our hints and tips page Click here Newsletter Sign Up for Our Newsletter Subscribe Search Having trouble finding the correct search term Why not go straight to our product index Information About Us

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/video-edge-foam-stool/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Make a Footstool Part 1
    Checkout J A Milton Upholstery Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home Make a Footstool Part 1 Make a Footstool Part 1 Follow Joan s videos on how to make a modern footstool with foam Part two is available here Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor Cups C11 parent Also available in Chrome or Black Chrome finish These beautiful solid brass cas More Details Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Courses We offer a variety of courses here so you can master various crafts Click here Order online today Order Online today check out our catalog Today Click here Special Offer Click here to view our products that are on special offer Click here Hints Tips Need a little advice for your upholstery job Check out our hints and tips page Click here Newsletter Sign Up for Our Newsletter Subscribe Search Having trouble finding the correct search term Why not go straight to our product index Information About Us Meet The Team Customer Service

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  • Make a Footstool Part 2
    J A Milton Upholstery Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home Make a Footstool Part 2 Make a Footstool Part 2 Joan shows you how to upholster a modern footstool with foam If you missed part one find it here Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor Cups C11 parent Also available in Chrome or Black Chrome finish These beautiful solid brass cas More Details Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Courses We offer a variety of courses here so you can master various crafts Click here Order online today Order Online today check out our catalog Today Click here Special Offer Click here to view our products that are on special offer Click here Hints Tips Need a little advice for your upholstery job Check out our hints and tips page Click here Newsletter Sign Up for Our Newsletter Subscribe Search Having trouble finding the correct search term Why not go straight to our product index Information About Us Meet The Team Customer Service

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  • New Floor Protection Solution
    J A Milton Upholstery Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home New Floor Protection Solution Video Floor Protection Method The video below shows you how to fix your innovative Quick Click Glides Click here to view our selection of glides Recently Viewed Products Brass Castor Cups Canvas leather webbing Pliers Osborne 250 Wax Markers Wall Fixing brackets Fiddes Vita Shine Wax Highlighted Product Brass Castor Cups C11 parent Also available in Chrome or Black Chrome finish These beautiful solid brass cas More Details Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Courses We offer a variety of courses here so you can master various crafts Click here Order online today Order Online today check out our catalog Today Click here Special Offer Click here to view our products that are on special offer Click here Hints Tips Need a little advice for your upholstery job Check out our hints and tips page Click here Newsletter Sign Up for Our Newsletter Subscribe Search Having trouble finding the correct search term Why not go straight to our product index Information About Us Meet The Team Customer Service

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