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NEW HOLLAND PROFESSIONAL: UPHOLSTERY: COMPLETE GUIDE TO PROFESSIONAL RESULTS By Malcolm Hopkins **BRAND NEW**.
Traditional upholstery skills are still much in demand both for the making of new furniture and for the re-covering of a treasured antique. The processes involved are lengthy but the results will last a very long time. This book takes the student or home upholsterer on from the most basic skills, gradually building up a working knowledge of the various methods, so that by the finish any type of chair can be tackled with confidence. The reference section of the book contains an invaluable guide to tools, springs, fillings and fabrics. The projects which follow range from a deep-buttoned stool to a wing chair, each one demonstrated with step-by-step photographs and explained with clear and concise text.
Traditional upholstery skills are still much in demand for both new furniture and for refurbishing treasured antiques. And this extensively illustrated hands-on guide teaches would-be professionals all the crucial techniques they need to have a successful career. It begins with an overview of the required tools and how to use them, and explains the fundamentals of internal spring and suspension systems, fillings and stuffings, fabrics, and other supporting mechanisms. Novice upholsterers can test their new abilities on seven attractive projects, including a stuffed and stitched dining chair, modern deep-buttoned stool, charming child's chair, day bed, and more. Each step is shown in full color photographs, from preparing the frame and attaching the webbing to applying foam or felt and adding pleats, knots, trim, and adornments.