Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. Armchair. By Hester Preston.
I said okay now, all we do now is just follow that any of it about a half-inch in know, but twelve milk and just cut down your shape like that and then put a little nick in the middle here. So basically, so this is actually a right arm facing so just put a smaller underneath there. So you know it's the right arm.
So what we want to do is get these things which are called skewers, okay and they just actually bring that and they just hold the fabric into place like so no don't damage your fabric and just keep them in the position like that and Hardy like that. Now we need a piece of chalk because we've got a mark. I said that so just choose a center which is pretty close to the to the center. You can actually measure if you wish and then just put up a mark there and then just follow your chalk line around the edge of your chair there.
Okay, wrap him around make sure you keep your lines fairly straight across there. We don't want to do with your lines like that. All right, like that. Okay, you want them to be basically straight across, get your skewer. You put it in the other side, screw Matt Kopp just mark actually, where your center mark is because that's basically in fairly important and then you can just cure him. Um around here, like so okay and yes, may just mark around here, like so right round the edge and then mark in the center.
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