Have any of you 'reupholstered' baby items. I also received a carseat with the detachable 'baby bucket' with the same problem, and I'd love to reupholster that as well.
Here are my questions:
- Will I be doing myself a disservice by using natural fibers? Do these items need to be fireproof? Is there any way to fireproof fleece (poly), wool, velour or terry?
- Is this worth doing?
- What tips do you have for fabric, batting, construction, etc?
all the best,
#1 edd: 12/04/02
i don't see any reason to fireproof. And I think fleece is fire-retardant. They make pahammas out of it.
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