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Upholstery for Woodworkers Resources #1: Leather Upholstery

09-13-2021 10:26 PM by pintodeluxe | 9 comments »

I see a lot of great woodworkers struggle when it comes time to add upholstery to their chair and furniture projects. Here’s a video on how to upholster a round stool in leather. It would apply to anyone building a round stool with upholstered seat. Also included are some videos on how to upholster a classic arts and crafts style rocking chair, but the techniques also apply perfectly to a Morris chair. Leather Stool Upholstery Video… https://youtu.be/75CKPwObg2U Uphol...

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Mission Dining Build #5 - Armrest Fitment

10-11-2011 01:21 AM by pintodeluxe | 3 comments »

Here are the steps I use to fit an armrest to the armchairs. As usual start with a mortise. Use a sanding stick that is nearly as wide as the mortise. Attach 100 grit sandpaper to only one side of the sanding stick. Use the sanding stick at a slight angle to clean up the mortise. The angle in the picture is exaggerated for clarity. A slight angle will prevent damage to the exposed side of the mortise, as well as make assembly easier. Fit the tenon as you go until you have a nice sn...

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A woodworkers journey #2: Learning How To: For Amateurs, ArmChair and Noob WoodWorkers

07-25-2012 02:31 PM by MolokMot | 0 comments »

There have been quite a few times that the long list of Wood Working Celebrities have commented on what it takes to become a good wood worker. The one common quote usually goes a little something like this. Stop (watching / reading, ) my (show / blog), getup and get into your shop and get woodworking This type of quote has been issued time and time again, and I realized that I have been sitting in my living room and watching these shows and reading these blogs more than I had gotten i...

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