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  • Quick Click Glides
    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 Quick Click Glides NEW VIDEO Quick Click Glides Watch this short video on the benefits of these nifty floor glides The Quick Click s can be used on almost any floor surface 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/quick-clips-glides/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Move it Pads
    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 Move it Pads Move It pads Moving heavy furniture made very easy Move it Pads are a product that is designed to move heavy furniture easily while protecting flooring Find out more 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/video-move-it-pads/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Create Your Own Headboard
    Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home Create Your Own Headboard Video Create a Headboard A great way of decorating a bedroom can be by upholstering your headboard In the video below one of our customers filmed themselves creating theirs with our headboard instructions 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/video-create-a-headboard/ (2016-04-27)
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  • How to fix Queen Anne Legs
    0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home How to fix Queen Anne Legs How to fix Queen Anne Legs Queen Anne Legs are a classic choice but we get many questions asking how to attach them to your furniture or frame All your questions are answered in our instructional video below 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/how-to-fix-queen-anne-legs/ (2016-04-27)
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  • How to Attach Legs with a T Nut
    Nut How to Attach Legs with T Nuts Most of our legs come with a M8 fitting and can be fixed as shown below Please check the description of the legs you are purchasing to confirm this Queen Anne legs are attaching using a different method that can be found here After you have attached your legs you may find that you require something to protect your floor or stop the castors from rolling J A Milton offer a wide range of Castor Cups in plastic or metal finishes felt glides and 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/attachlegs/ (2016-04-27)
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  • How to make double piping
    after it is covered and the piece in the bottom of the picture is before make up Cut your piping about 2 50mm wide Then using a very narrow foot or special double piping foot wrap the fabric half way around cord and sew into place Then take the fabric around to the other side and sew it in place again from that side If you are clever you can do this in one step by sewing the two in place at the same time but do make sure that it is wrapped very firmly Sewing only once can prevent the centre from becoming too bulky Next cut away the excess fabric from the overlap on the back of the piping so that when you turn it over it cannot be seen from the front The pictures here show the piping used as an alternative to a braid finish We have used a contrasting fabric to make it clearer in the photograph Now simply staple the piping into place This can be done with a hand electric or pneumatic staple gun but the gun must have a protruding nose As you staple it will close in on either side to conceal the staples because this type of piping cord has a raised centre As yet we have not found this special foot available for domestic machines but we can provide it for industrial machines for both straight stitch and a walking foot machine 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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/how-to-make-double-piping/ (2016-04-27)
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  • How to Attach Piping Around a Shaped Corner
    Wishlist My Basket Special Offers 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 How to Attach Piping Around a Shaped Corner NEW VIDEO How to Attach Piping Around a Shaped Corner 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 Terms and Conditions Company Registered

    Original URL path: http://www.jamiltonupholstery.co.uk/tips/video-piping-around-corner/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Customer Q & A
    in foam how much bigger than the frame would it need to be A For traditional method you will need approximately 7m webbing 1 2 13mm improved tacks 0 6m tarpaulin Approx 3 5 to 4 kg hair or 3 to 3 5 kg of black fibre and 1 kg hair for top stuffing 1m of scrim Twine a ball would be more economical as you will need a lot 1m 2 5 oz cotton felt 1m calico 1m Skin wadding 0 5 m bottoming cloth For foam there are different ways of tackling the job but if you are using the same method as the drop in seat on the hints and tips pages of the web site you will need it about bigger all round Q Hello I wondered if you could help I am making an upholstered headboard for a king size bed to hang on the wall I found your company whilst searching the net for brackets I thought the ones you have were just what I am looking for however the problem I have is that the bed is under the eves and the wall for fixing to is flat where the brackets need to be which is ok but above is s loping so I don t have the space for sliding from above to position the headboard I can go from the sides Have you any suggestions would your brackets work sideways Many Thanks Lesley A Dear Lesley Thank you for your enquiry and question Yes they would work sideways but of course the headboard would slide sideways it someone pushed it I hope this helps Please let me know if you would like to know anything further Q How to fix Queen Anne legs to Frames I would like to replace the legs on my coffee table with your Queen Anne legs Information on which glue to use would would really help me as I have done very little DIY Many Thanks Pamela A Thank you for your enquiry PVA wood glue is best because it eats into the wood to make a very strong bond Ideally you would need to screw them on as well You can do this from underneath via the wing sections Countersink them and then fill in the holes with wood filler if you prefer them not to show I hope this is of some help to you Please let me know if there is anything else you require Q Can you advise I have an overstuffed bedroom chair looks a bit like a dining room chair which has a really nice inlay on the back and around the seat I am worried that I might damage it when pulling out old tacks etc and wondered if there is something I can use to protect it whilst trying to lever A There is really very little you can do other than proceed with caution Put masking tape around the edges of the show wood but make sure that it does not stay on too long so that it leaves a sticky residue when removed Always use your ripping chisel so that it points away from the show wood preferably keeping in the direction of the grain If you find yourself in a situation that you do need to lean it on the show wood put a thin piece of wood underneath the part of the show wood that you need to rest upon Not much help but the best a professional would do Q Please can you advise us all on a starter kit that I would need to start upholstering Thanks for your advice Sue Millard A It is always very difficult to give the correct advice sometimes it depends how comprehensive you want the kit to be basic or complete If you are intending to do traditional upholstery the list should of course contain a pack of each straight and curved needles Please see our range of toolkits for beginners right throught to experienced upholsterers Basic kit Hammer Webbing strainer Tack lifter Staple remover Pack of each needle Semi Circular Needles and Double Ended Upholstery Needle A spring needle At least 1 regulator probably a 10 inch Scissors Pincers Steel or Soft Grip Add the following for a more complete kit A Mallet is advised in order to save the damage to the handles of the tools when ripping out Ripping chisel straight or craned personal preference Large tailor scissors for cutting table 1 metre stick for measuring when cutting out more accurate than soft measure and can also be used for drawing lines Wooden handled Buttoning needle Full range of sizes of regulators Cupped punches Q I have to attach some double piping to a Victorian chair I have nearly finished renovating As this is the final detail the icing on the cake so to speak I want to achieve a professional finish The double piping is shop bought Houles rather than home made so the two strands are very close together and I fear any staples I try to use will show I was thinking of buying an electric long nose stapler to do this but they are quite expensive for an amateur like myself to purchase for infrequent use however I am prepared to pay this amount if the stapler will produce the refined finish I require Could you advise me on this and do you have a recommendation of which stapler might achieve this result for me Regards Linda A There is only one electric stapler with a protruding nose Maestri ME3G 71 Series Stapler However it is very difficult to say if it will do the job or not because it can depend on the piping what it is made of and what it is being applied to The final result cannot be predicted as it can often be more of an experiment as to which application will achieve the best result The professional will use a pneumatic stapler as

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