In this video tutorial I will show you how I reupholstered this round tufted ottoman. You will see how I measure for my fabric cuts, how I make buttons using crimp style buttons and a button press. You will also learn how to tuft the top of this ottoman. I will show you how to attach your welt cord to the side of the ottoman and get a consistent straight line. I will then show you how to attach the boxing strip using a cardboard tack strip and last we will put a row of cording on the bottom edge and attach our dust cover before reattaching the legs. This video is approximately 80 minutes long.

Chapters

  • Part 1 Sagless and Foam
  • Part 2 Making Buttons For The Ottoman
  • Part 3 Adding Dacron
  • Part 4 Preparing Leather and Tufting
  • Part 5 Cording And Boxing
  • Part 6 Dust Cover And Legs
Supplies:

  • 34” Diameter Frame from Chervan.com
  • Frame # 6374 Frame Filler 2 ⅛” to add the height
  • Leg Style #6449
  • Synthetic Sagless ⅜”,9/16”
  • Staples 6/32”
  • Fiber Flex Welt Cord
  • 2 hydes approximately 100 Sq.Ft. (Leather from Roden Leather)
  • 5” Ultra Medium high density foam
  • 1 oz Dacron
  • 12” Button Needle
  • #30 Crimp Buttons
  • Button Twine
  • Matching Thread
  • ½” Cardboard Tack Strip
  • Cambric Dust Cover

Tools Used:

  • Sagless Stretcher
  • Pneumatic Staple gun
  • Osborne 120 ½ staple puller
  • Wire Cutters
  • Scissors
  • Button Press
  • Button die and cutter size 30
  • Cordless Drill and 1” hole cutter
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