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Started by Virgs Sew n Sew, April 26, 2018, 05:29:49 pm
Quote from: kodydog on April 26, 2018, 07:01:50 pmIf the seat was tight as a drum when you delivered it I'm thinking the guys stepping on the seat made the vinyl stretch and unusual amount. Or the springs stretched or the webbing, whatever is under the foam may have stretched. A seat is made to support a butt. Not someone climbing all over it. How big where these guys and where these your guys or the restaurant's guys? Did the seat have to be attached before the back?
Quote from: Virgs Sew n Sew on April 27, 2018, 12:18:22 am Has Photoshop gone "Pay for Play"?
Quote from: SteveA on April 27, 2018, 06:04:23 pmV - bench seats are just prone to wrinkling. I had a customer ask me to add fill to a sofa bench seat and even though the casing was bulging when I was done - after they sat and got up there were wrinkles. Welcome back to the site - seems like the last email I remember was - go Bernie - and the knee healing. Anyway we have tried to stay on upholstery subjects but sometimes low responses initiate alternative subjects which seem to be fine with the group. We have a new administrator who hails from Norway - Inger is doing a great job - she diverted a problem when the hackers were taking over the site. Photos w/photobucket are pain but not impossible with perseverance !I picked up a serger probably more your meat and potatoes - haven't used it yet - still wondering what it will do for me :) Regards,SA