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Draw the grid on the backside of the fabric using the padded measurements of the diamonds. For large headboards, invisibly connect multiple pieces of fabric together by seaming along the diamond grid. This is called vandyking. Be sure to add 1/2" seam allowance on seamed edges and several extra inches of fabric at the top, bottom, and sides for pulling and stapling to the backside of the headboard.

Upholstered Diamond Tufted Headboard

Feel like royalty with this beautiful upholstered headboard. Wings, pleating and button-tufting create a stately and cozy backdrop for your bedroom.

Ana White | Build a Morris Upholstered Bed - California King | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

Ana White | Build a Morris Upholstered Bed - California King | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

DIY Tufted Headboard - YouTube

Hope you enjoy the video on how to make your own tufted headboard. Be sure to watch the whole video through and as always if you have any questions comment b.

Glue the foam to the headboard and glue a single layer of batting on top of the foam. Cut the excess batting from the edges of the foam.

Double-Thick Upholstered Headboard with a Border

How to Make a Two-Dimensional Upholstered Headboard

Wrap the fabric around the cording and stitch along the right side. If you don’t have a single welt cord foot attachment for your sewing machine, you can use a zipper foot attachment. Open up and lay the seams flat as you sew across connections in the welt cord fabric.

Double-Thick Upholstered Headboard with a Border

Hi. This is Jamie, Katie’s husband/proofreader/opener of stubborn pickle jars. But now, apparently, I can also add carpenter to that list. For Christmas this year, Katie asked Santa, in no un…

Wood headboard w grey and yellow.to die for: the headboard. the shelf of prints. the gray. the yellow. the sloped ceilings.

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