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Outdoor Upholstery

Season 10 Episode 1011 | 26m 30s

Mark Ewing owns and operates an outdoor upholstery business in North Texas. As Peggy’s guest, he shares his knowledge of outdoor fabrics, design and construction. He also demonstrates a few maintenance tips for outdoor upholstery.

Aired: 01/02/22
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
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Annette Becker introduces us to the concept of designer recycling.
Annette shows us the evolution and influences on the woman’s suit.
Ideas on applying deisnger James Galanos’ techniques to your own garments.
The secrets and details of constructing a beautiful men’s tie.
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