Published at Tuesday, 28 August 2018. Ottoman Chair. By Hattie Livingston.
So you want to make sure you put the foam on the t-nut side so once I'm done gluing the foam on top I'll, be using a needle like this and a mark like this to poke it underneath of the foam and mark it. On top of the foam afterwards, as a guide, when I do drill out the foam so now, I'm just a mark all the holes first and then drill out all the holes out afterwards. So now I'll be using a hole, saw like this to drill up a foam now I'm using fiber to put on top so it gives that a nice soft feel to it you so now. What I'm doing here is getting a sample fabric just to put on top to make one sample of the diamond and use that as a guide, if you want to mark it on top of the fabric. So once you determine the deepness that you like it, you want to put the fabric on like that and use a marker poke it where the holes would go and measure that afterwards, so the measurement would be around nine inches to nine inches.
So this is the type of dye that I'll be using to make the buttons. This is the bottom shell that I'll be using I'll, be pulling the fabric on and then the top shelf pushing it afterwards. This is how it looks like I'll, be using a two-pound nylon string like this, so this is how I lock the buttons down once I'm pulling the buns on, I like to fix the pleat as I go as well and makes it a lot easier. So I like to make the buttons from left to right first halfway and then I do the other half so once I'm done putting all the buttons down, I like to lock a few staples all around first and then perfect it afterwards. Now I'm using quarter inch, foam and then I'll be using black on fabric like this, for the outer part I'll be using cardboard like this, so you'll want to staple this all the way around and join it evenly.
Now, I'm using half inch foam like this. Now I'm locking a few staples all around first to see if everything looks perfect and then I'll staple it down now that I'm done stapling all the top part I'll be stapling all the bottom afterwards. Now I'm using black lining for the bottom base, you now I'm using black lining after that I'll be using cardboard to staple and flip the fabric. You you so I'll, be stepping all around the top edge first and then I'll be putting the cardboard so now, marking all where the wood stud is. So when I do put the cardboard it's easy to staple it.
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