Want to bring a family heirloom or a great treasure back to life? Start now and learn how to reupholster a chair!

You’ll be amazed by what you can do with some new fabric and the skills you acquire in this video.

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For only $39.99  you get all of this…

  • 10 HD online video lessons with instant access
  • Watch on any device
  • Comprehensive instructions
  • Hours of close-up instruction from an expert
  • Lifetime access to the Kim’s DIY Upholstery Hangout private group on Facebook
  • Answers from experts in our online community

How to Reupholster a Club Chair with English Arms

Getting Started

Some of the skills you will learn include how to use sagless, curve ease and metal tack strip as well as how to upholster a t-deck, pad your frame, and make pleats around the arms.


  1. Burlap on the deck – 12 mins
  2. Putting fabric on the deck – 28 mins
  3. Padding the inside arm – 21 mins
  4. Fabric on the inside arm – 16 mins
  5. Padding the inside back – 7 mins
  6. Fabric on the inside back – 13 mins
  7. Fabric on the outside arms – 14 mins
  8. Fabric on the outside back – 17 mins
  9. Putting on the dust cover – 4 mins
  10. Seat cushion – 26 mins

Skill Level:  This video assumes you have some basic upholstery skills.

Run time: 158 minutes

What You’ll Need


  • Jute Webbing or Sagless
  • Ruby Italian Jute to tie strings
  • Burlap
  • 1 roll Cotton
  • 1 oz. Dacron
  • Curve Ease
  • Metal Tack Strips
  • 1/2″ Cardboard tack strip
  • 5/32″ Fiber Flex Welt Cord
  • Muslin to close outsides
  • Cambric Dust Cover
  • 9 yards fabric


  • Long Nose Pneumatic Staple Gun
  • Scissors
  • Upholsterers Pins
  • Cloth Tape Measure
  • Wooden Mallet
  • Regulator
  • 120 1/2 Osborne Pullers
  • Dull Wire Cutters
  • Aviation Snips

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