Upholstery Club's Shelly Leer
Furniture and Accessories
Three in One Upholstered Hanging Headboard eclectic
 

Three in One Upholstered Hanging Headboard

Determine how wide you want your fabric bands. Add 1" to that measurement for the 1/2" seam allowances on both sides. I added another 1/2" so that when I turn the bands right side out, no lining fabric will show on the sides. Make panels long enough to roll around to the back at the top of the panel, and to attach to the bottom fronts of each panel.



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Upholstery Club's Shelly Leer added this to Make an Upholstered Headboard You Can Change on a Whim
Determine how wide you want your fabric bands — this is what can be switched out to customize your headboard for different rooms and styles. Add 1 inch to your width measurement for a 1/2-inch seam allowance on both sides. I added another 1/2 inch so that when I turn the bands right side out after sewing, no lining fabric will show up on the sides. Make panels long enough to roll around to the back of the headboard at the top of the panel and to attach to the bottom fronts of each panel.

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Determine how wide you want your fabric bands — this is what can be switched out to customize your headboard for different rooms and styles. Add 1 inch to your width measurement for a 1/2-inch seam allowance on both sides. I added another 1/2 inch so that when I turn the bands right side out after sewing, no lining fabric will show up on the sides. Make panels long enough to roll around to the back of the headboard at the top of the panel and to attach to the bottom fronts of each panel.
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