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  • How to Use a Regulator
    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

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  • Types of Scrim
    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

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  • Slip Stitching (Ladder Stitch)
    list Method First pin your work together this should be done with the overlapping edge facing away from the front of your work wherever possible so that you are not looking into a seam For instance if you are sewing on a side panel on a rounded chair overlap the side panels over the back panel Although it is better to pull the fabric taught don t worry if it is not at its tightest as more tension can be achieved as you sew Secure your thread to a tack or gimp pin Make a second stitch at the edge overlay fabric The stitch should start slightly behind the finishing point of the last stitch be sure to pick up only the top layer of fabric do not put your needle through both layers of the folded overlap fabric When you pull the thread tight the top fabric should roll over slightly concealing your thread NB It will not do this if you have sewn through both layers of the overlap fabric Finally when you pull the thread tight the stitch should be completely invisible Tips Never put your needle into two layers of fabric single layers only Always jump from side to side never try to pick up both sides of the fabric at the same time Always drop slightly behind the last stitch when placing the next one Pull the thread very tight but don t pull it with the needle or the thread will eventually break at the point of the eye Immediately undo any stitches that do not look right and re insert them you will appreciate the final result If possible secure your thread at the beginning on a gimp pin or tack to allow the thread to be pulled tightly Length of stitch this

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  • Blind Stitching
    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

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  • Ripping Out
    Supplies Ltd Cart 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart aaaLoading bbbLoading Menu Loading Full Product Index Home Ripping Out NEW VIDEO Ripping Out Below is a short video with Joan who takes you through all the tools and techniques needed to ensure you do not damage your furniture when ripping out to reupholster your chair 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

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  • How to fix Traditional Webbing
    in order to guarantee that the webbing is as taught at the edges as well as the middle 2 Bring the webbing across to the other side of the frame and thread through the web strainer so that the tail the end leading to the rest of the roll will be trapped between the frame and strainer This good even tension 3 Pull full tension on the webbing and fix your first tack in the centre Be sure not to release any tension on the web strainer at this point NB It is important to make sure that your tack is well home by running your fingers over the top of the tack to ensure the head is well home A raised head will allow the webbing to pull through the tack 4 The second and third tacks should be placed on the very edge of the webbing slightly behind the centre tack do not place tacks in a straight line as this can split the grain of even the best wood frame 5 Release the web strainer only after you have put all of the first three tacks in place Then cut the webbing from the roll allowing about 30 40 mm turn over Finish by placing the last two tacks of the M or W formation 6 This photograph above is taken looking along the webbing to show how even the tension should be A good test is to loosely hold the handle of your hammer and allow the point of the head to drop on the webbing It should bounce easily as though on a trampoline Caution When webbing a removeable seat frame be careful not to over tension the webbing to the extent that it distorts the frame It is always wise to return the frame

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  • How to use a webbing stretcher / strainer
    well use your bare hands The following pictures show how to use the webbing strainer stretcher correctly After fixing the webbing to the furthest side of your frame bring the webbing towards you Do not cut the webbing to size Hold the web strainer with the rounded end upper most and the stepped edge towards the chair frame Note It is sometimes helpful to drop the roll or excess webbing to the floor at this point Pass a loop of the webbing through the hole and catch it with the dowel at the back Trap the tail of webbing that part leading to the roll or excess webbing between the chair frame and the stepped edge If you are lucky this will rest at a point where you can wedge the stepped edge under the frame or in a groove on the frame which will stop it slipping By trapping the webbing between the frame and the web strainer it cannot pull through in either direction allowing you to pull the webbing extremely tight You may have to adjust the position of the webbing as it passes through the hole to get the right tension However this method can prove to be extremely efficient be careful on items such as drop in seats or small weak chairs that you do not distort the frame This picture shows how you can use your body to hold the strainer and still keep the tension on the webbing leaving both hands free to do your work 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

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  • Common questions about Fiddes Products
    ago from old Victorian pine The pine was waxed with either one of Fiddes or another brand of antique pine waxes Water splashes have marked the surface as we believe at the time there wasn t a suitable protective coating available or another product that would do the job in one go Which products would you suggest for this application please Regards Steve A Dear Steve Assuming that the polish was originally applied to bare wood you should be able to remove it again with Fiddes Furniture Reviver This will remove the old polish so that you can re apply The reviver should have the affect of evening the colour and filling in the gaps of water stain then you re polish However if before you apply more polish you can still see the water stains you may have to touch in some colour try the water based antique colour stain The problem with putting wax polish on to bare wood is that the polish is eventually absorbed into the wood and so needs re applying regularly You might consider sealing the wood after the reviver with a natural shellac sealer and then apply the polish This will give a

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