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As Beckie if Infarrantly Creative mentions in her introduction, reupholstering a chair seems like a very scary task. But thanks to this guest post by Jamie of C.R.A.F.T., tackling a project like this doesn’t seem so intimidating!

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  1. Since this area is not visible to the eye, chances are that you can rip off the wooden bottom of the cushion and not worry about how it looks.
    If the client doesn’t ask, do you promise something anyway or just let the work go to the bottom of the pile. Treasured family heirlooms which are very much staying in the same home as well as things bought by dealers and being readied for the auction room are commonly worked on.

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