Wingback armchair – Create your own sleeves to give your room a fresh updated look without spending a fortune on new furniture. Place the fabric on the arm of the chair and measure the sides. Ideally, you want to have 6-8 inches of fabric on each side of the arm. If the arms are much muffled, it is necessary to measure 6-8 feet from where the fabric falls on the side rather than from the center of the arm. This will account for mattresses. Marcos slightly on the wrong side of the fabric then places their pins along the lines of measurement. Repeat for both arms and set aside.
Place a piece of cloth on the front of the wingback armchair, inside out. Using his marker, lightly trace the outline of the front of the arm of the chair, then place pins along the curve traced. Be sure to draw precise curves, or otherwise not in accordance sheath sewn once.
12 Picture Gallery: Making an Wingback Armchair
Wingback armchair using scissors cut about 1 inch away from the pins for both sides and front pieces. The fabric pieces face down, fold down 1.2 inches along the edge and iron to lie flat, and then remove the pins. Sew a hem using your needle and thread that is slightly pressed from the edge on the side panel.
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