|Inner part of chair mostly done with piping materials waiting to be used and the original cushion in the seat.|
There are many pieces involved in re-upholstering a wingback chair. I am enjoying doing this and give acclamation and appreciation to Mike Amsden of MJ Amsden Furniture of West Rutland, Vermont for putting a fabulous series of video tutorials up on YouTube. The print tutorials I found on the net were great but his videos were FABULOUS. He would be the man I would hire if I ever had a precious chair to do.
|Wingback chair with the deck, inner arms, inner wings, and inner back mostly done.|