How to cover a plain seat with an oversewing

$12.99 USD

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1 h 35 m

Included PDF

1 video

Youtube online courses

Speaking & subtitles

About this course

This basic video is aimed to beginners and teaches 'two common and basic seams' at a time (blind stitch and flat felled stitches) used to do upholstery. It also teaches how to pattern a seat.

The other seams we would study are the use of piping or welting , french seams and bindings.

This basic training will make you understand in a near future how to do real seats. The practice on small seats would make us save material and have a better understanding of the trade.

Good Luck!

Content

How to cover a plain seat with an oversewing


Duration: 1h 35m

  • Determining the measures of our project
  • Making the templates (without allowances)
  • Verifying the templates and adding the "references marks"
  • Making the templates with allowances
  • Testing and understanding the templates
  • Choosing the material
  • Tracing the patterns on the wrong side of the material
  • Cutting the pieces
  • Choosing the right needle and thread
  • Choosing the right length of the stitches to do the first "closing sewing"
  • Doing a "helping guide of 1/2 of an inch wide in the "slide plate"
  • Basting and sewing the cover
  • Doing the flat-felled seams as a reinforcement
  • Adding foam on the surface of the seat
  • Fitting the cover and stapling it down