Published at Monday, November 19th 2018. by Dora Tate in Armchair.
Simple cotton fabric to make the pattern from so, let's get started so to complete this project, we're going to need some stick pens you're going to need a torpedo level you're going to need A pencil or you could use tailors chalk. You can use a cloth tape. That's best. You can use a metal tape if you like, and you're definitely going to need a pair of scissors, not those won't work. What I did is, I cut all the fabric up in advance and I put labels on it. The and the O. W stand for outside arm and outside wing, and I put them together because it is one piece I didn't take them apart or separate them.
The outside back is for OB the inside back and C platform. The same thing, it rolls from the top on down it is inside arm and iwis inside the wing. So next, this is what I want you to do. We're going to take a cloth tape measure it's better to use a cloth one rather than a metal one. But if you have a metal one it'll still work, what we're going to do is called double cutting or maybe split cutting whatever you want to call it. We're not going to do open, cutting meaning we're going to take the muslin fabric and drape it all the way across the piece of furniture or chair here, in this case over this wing over that wing over this inside arm.
We're not going to do that. It's too much work too much time too much fabric. So what we're going to do is we're going to find half of the furniture simply take your cloth tape and we'll use this illustration, or example here we'll go from this end to that end and I'm coming up with twenty-five, so half a twenty-five would be twelve And a half we're going to take what we call a center pin and I've already put mine in we're going to take a pin like this, a stick, pin and put it at twelve and a half now you're going to do in several different spots.
I'm going to turn the chair around and show you put a center pin at the bottom of the outside back. I want you to measure from this edge to that edge and then at the top measure, from this edge to that edge, of course, and put a center pin at the top of the outside back and then also on the inside back as well turn the chair Around and show you where I want you to put the pins, I want you to measure, don't push in far as you can see.
The fabric wants to go in. Let your tape measure rest there. The best you can run it across to that edge. Put a center pin here center pin there and then at the very bottom of the seat, front put one down there as well, and that's how I want you to measure your chair.
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