Sooo, we’re an upholstery shop?

It seems that somewhere in the blur of the last few months that TLC became an upholstery shop. And a pretty good one, too.  I can’t really take the credit for it, it’s all Laura.  Every stinkin’ stitch of it.  I’m darn proud of her, too.  I can’t really say that I’ve seen her apply herself to learning a new craft, or work, as hard.  Ever.  She’s really gotten good in a very short period of time.

But you don’t have to take my word for it.  Here are pictures of a few of her projects.  If anyone has upholstery work they’d like to get done, the current rate is $30/yard of fabric needed for labor, you buy the fabric, plus we bill for any additional materials needed like foam, batting, etc.

For more info or quotes, give us a call/text on 901-601-0158 or drop us an email: turningleafcrafts@aol.com.

Thanks!

Michael

This settee took about 8 yards of fabric plus foam and batting.  We also reconstructed the back legs.

This settee took about 8 yards of fabric plus foam and batting.  We also reconstructed the back legs.

In progress.  Laura always strips a piece all the way down to the bones and pulls all of the old staples before going back with new fabric.  It’s a lot of work, but it makes for a better finished product.

In progress.  Laura always strips a piece all the way down to the bones and pulls all of the old staples before going back with new fabric.  It’s a lot of work, but it makes for a better finished product.

I’m so fancy!

I’m so fancy!

Tufting and buttons are no problem, either.

Tufting and buttons are no problem, either.

Gold...bam!  Laura collaborated with Starkey Brown on this one.

Gold...bam!  Laura collaborated with Starkey Brown on this one.

Fancy schmancy... another collaboration with Starkey Brown.

Fancy schmancy... another collaboration with Starkey Brown.

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