Victorian Doll Chair

The chair has an upholstered appearance by applying fabric-covered cardboard to the seat and back.

Chair sides: make from VV thick material.

Make 2 sides for each chair.

Back and Seat: make from 1/4° thick material.

HOW TO MAKE THE CUSHIONS:

Make seat and back cushions by cutting a piece of cardboard to the size of the dashed outlines shown on the patterns.

Cut pieces of fabric approx. l/2h wider and longer than the cardboard.

Wrap the fabric around the cardboard; glue the fabric to back of cardboard.

Glue the cardboard and fabric assembly in place onto chair.

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Victorian Doll Couch

Arm sections: make 2 from i/V' thick material.

The dashed outlines show where the couchs back, seat, and front apron pieces are glued to the arm sections.

Back for couch: make from W thick material. Bevel the ends at 11°. Seat for couch: make from W thick material.

ARM SECTIONS

ARM SECTIONS

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Area for fabric-covered back cushion.

Victorian Scroll

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TOP VIEW OF FRONT APRON

Victorian Doll Table

Make from 1/4" thick material.

Tabletop: make 2 copies of the pattern and join them along centerline. Table legs: join along the halved-joint..

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    How to make doll victorian chair?
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