Tufted office chair – Tufted back chairs are often exposed too much wear on their tufted backrest fabric folds. You must give up the tufted back seat when it becomes worn. You only need basic tools and sewing skills to transform your old, faded chair to a new piece of furniture. Do it yourself will also save money. The original fabric upholstery will serve as your pattern pieces for the new fabric, reducing the worry of making or changing a pattern.
Remove the fabric to the back of the tufted office chair, with the staple remover to pry some old staples or tacks from wood. Remove the rest of the fabric from the chair, being careful not to cut or tear the fabric. Take apart any remaining fabric pieces connected with the seam ripper. Label old upholstery pieces by writing on the inside with the marking pen that you remove pieces from the chair. PIN down the old pieces and use them as a pattern for your new fabric, cut out the new fabric pieces with scissors. Label new pieces as you did with the old, writing in the seam allowances on the wrong side of the fabric to avoid marker screening effect.
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Mark on the right side of your new fabric where the buttons should lie with the old backrest fabric as a template. New fabric pieces together and place them on your chair. Sew new pieces together, with the help of sewing and upholstery thread, just like old outfit was sewn, start with the largest pieces first. Put the upholstery on your chair and seizures upholstery on the frame, in the same way as the original fabric. Cut the tufting thread or yarn into 18-inch lengths with scissors and thread upholstery needle. Place the fabric on the back of the tufted office chair. Sew cover for the cushion of sewing the zip to the rear part of the cushion side piece.