Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018. by Irene Pittman in Ottoman Chair.
You won't feel the wood so now I'll be gluing on the foam in the wood area. So when I do press it down, it'll stick so right now. What I'm using is a black vinyl material. It's sewn all four sides right now: I'm trying to get all four sides of the stitching to be right at the corner right now, I'm just locking a few staples on the bottom base and then I'm going to staple the top part. So for the top lid area I'll be putting a few staples to lock the fabric in place once I've done all the top lid area, I'll be stapling the bottom base.
Now I'm just taking out the staples I locked in earlier and readjusting it again now, I'm just cutting the extra fabric off. So it's easier to put the lining on so for the inside I'll, be using black cotton lining so I'll be stapling the fabric all around the four sides now I'll be using half inch cardboard using the cardboard I'll, give it a nice straight edge. Now I'm just the cardboard goes right into the corner, so once I'm done, stapling the cardboard I'll be pushing the fabric downwards and stapling it to the base.
Now for the bass I'll be using black lining now, I'm using plastic light now are using this plywood. Here, 3/8 of an inch with the quarter inch foam, I'm cutting a little longer than the wood itself.Now I'm using black cotton fabric, you so once I've got it in I'm just a push it down so for the top lid I'll be using three inch firm foam. Now, I'm gluing it down with foam glue. Now I'm using a thin layer of fiber. So, to give that a nice soft touch to it, all four corners of the lid are sewn. You want to make sure the stitching is right at the corner, so I like to make sure all the corners are the same height for the lid I'll, be using black cotton fabric.
Now I'll be using half inch cardboard, you you so I'll, be sleeping like this. All four sides the same way, so this plywood here would be a little smaller to fit right into the box, so it stops a lid from shifting around I'm using black on fabric again for the lid. So now I'm a put it right. On top of the lid like this, I'm a make sure it's a be centered all around and staple it down with an 18 inch gauge finishing nail gun. So this is how it looks when I'm done so.
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