No-Sew Upholstery

ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

In this introductory class, participants will learn the fundamentals of modern furniture upholstery. Each student pair will re-cover a dining chair during the class. As a group, we will learn how to remove, strip, re-pad, and re-cover a basic cushion using simple techniques - no sewing skills required!

What's Provided

All materials provided!

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

🛠 Denver Tool Library 🛠
We lend over 3,000 tools to help you make and maintain the awesome life you envision for yourself and others.
Plus, an open and enthusiastic community where you can create, learn and grow.
All for only $80 per year.

STUDENT REVIEWS

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    Cherie C.
    Reviewed on 04/23/17

    One class and we're hooked on upholstery! My husband and I took the class so we can make a cushioned bench. Ross showed us how easy it can be, and now my husband is ready to make a love seat! Great instruction--I feel confident I can upholster a chair on my own. And we got good tips on how to save money on tools and supplies. Recommended!

    One class and we're hooked on upholstery! My husband and I took the class so we can make a cushioned bench. Ross showed us how easy it can be, and now my husband is ready to make a love seat! Great instruction--I feel confident I can upholster a chair on my own. And we got good tips on how to save money on tools and supplies. Recommended!

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    Rachel H.
    Reviewed on 04/18/17

    The class was a good introduction to upholstery basics and gave me a better idea of what to expect when attempting my own upholstery projects. The class was also a good introduction to the Denver Tool Library and all of its resources.

    The class was a good introduction to upholstery basics and gave me a better idea of what to expect when attempting my own upholstery projects. The class was also a good introduction to the Denver Tool Library and all of its resources.

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