decordemon
Interior Designers & Decorators
Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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http://www.decordemon.com

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Step 6: Cut the fabric to size. Once the fabric is laid out flat and the cushion is flipped upside-down, cut the fabric following the shape of the seat. Give yourself about two extra inches to wrap around the sides and staple to the bottom. This will come in handy if you have to make any adjustments and don't wanna risk having to cut out an entirely new piece.

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stephenj102 added this to Kids Room
August 1, 2013
renovating upholstery
zbkd added this to Chair Pad reupholstery
July 7, 2013
chair pad
janicekyle added this to janicekyle's ideas
July 3, 2013
more
legxinator added this to Dining Room Ideas
May 8, 2013
Step by step great. Will be trying this soon with photos. Thank you!
kerstie added this to kerstie's Favorites
May 9, 2012
Updating old chairs
asantes added this to Dining Room
April 27, 2011
Step 6: Cut the fabric to size. Once the fabric is laid out flat and the cushion is flipped upside-down, cut the fabric following the shape of the seat. Give yourself about two extra inches to wrap around the sides and staple to the bottom. This will come in handy if you have to make any adjustments and don't wanna risk having to cut out an entirely new piece. by decordemon
bethiam added this to bethiam's ideas
April 27, 2011
Step 6: Cut the fabric to size. Once the fabric is laid out flat and the cushion is flipped upside-down, cut the fabric following the shape of the seat. Give yourself about two extra inches to wrap around the sides and staple to the bottom. This will come in handy if you have to make any adjustments and don't wanna risk having to cut out an entirely new piece. by decordemon
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