New Look for Upholstery Blog from Cape Cod

(Updated 1/22/2020) Upholstery Blog from Cape Cod is getting a new look. The blog has moved from the platform to The previous platform was great for the past eleven years. is a excellent platform, but I was ready to move on and add more features and options to my site.


Besides the new theme and look, Upholstery Blog now has a discussion forum called Ask an Upholsterer Discussion Forum. The new forum is for both DIY upholsterers and experienced upholsters.

I encourage any of my subscribers from to come back and register in the new upholstery forum. Carrying over my subscribers proved to be difficult and time consuming so anyone who was a subscriber from will need to sign up again. 


I will continue to write about furniture upholstery news and my travels around Cape Cod. 

My blog site, Upholstery Blog from Cape Cod and my business site Cape Cod Upholstery Shop, mark 19 years of having a presence on the Internet.

Have a look at my new site and if you feel so inclined, please sign up and register!




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6 thoughts on “New Look for Upholstery Blog from Cape Cod

  1. Hi Joe,
    A client wants to add foam to a curvature chair and to keep the thin look. I am thinking 1″ foam on seat and change to 1/2″ for back where the chair folded. Do you think i can achieve the thin look with 1″ foam ? or should I use 1/2″ on the whole chair?
    Secondly, because of the sharp curve from seat to back, can I use one piece of fabric or should i create a seam where the chair is curled? Can I work with non-stretchy fabric to achieve the curvature look?
    My vision is to use one piece of fabric in front but hesitant because not sure if I can get rid of wrinkle where the chair is curved. I plan to use piping and pli grip for closing in the back. what do you think?
    thank you very much.
    here is the link to my pictures


  2. Hi Joe,
    Im so glad to get to talk to you again. Took me awhile to figure out how to reach you as I am little confused on how to use your blog. I did send you an email but I supposed the info should be shared in your forum. As per our last email about unstable seat, you recommend to use edge roll 1 1/4″
    the type of spring in the chair is actually coil springs. Do you still think that adding edge roll will help offset the crown and resolve the unstable problem?

    Do you think that the density and firmness of foam causing the bouncy feel?- foam too firm? I did not make any change of springs only changed the foam. I wonder why client did not have a bouncy feel, or feel the crown before, only feel lumpy seat from bonded foam when he took the chair in Changing foam to HD should not create more problem. Enclosed pictures when I first stripped the chair. I forgot to mention that I use 2″ foam Please let me know your thoughts. Thank you very much.

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