Everybody asks me if they can handle reupholstering the classic Wingback chair. Unless you're a skilled slipcover seamstress, you might get overly ambitious and find yourself elbow deep in cotton batting before you know it. Before you remove the first staple,
I can tell you that she saved her friend at least $375.00 in labor, and that's a low reupholstery price here in the midwest. You'll need these three things to start:
- a good book on CD or a friend to talk to
Have at it and don't forget to send me photos.