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Upholsterers are skilled professionals who specialize making and mending upholstery for all types of furniture and seating. Some of the tasks an upholsterer would do on the job include re-upholstering residential and office furniture on location, repairing or creating new upholstery for different types of vehicles, repairing window shades and Venetian blinds and stitching items such as large bags and covers using heavy-duty material. In this roles you would be responsible for every aspect of the job from removing padding, webbing and springs from old furniture to measuring, cutting and sewing and fitting on the new upholstery.
A combination of training and experience is important to find employment as an upholsterer. Employers prefer to hire upholsterers who have completed vocational training in this field and have considerable experience working with various upholstery-related tasks. The ability to follow instructions, expertise with operating heavy-duty sewing machines and knowledge of the different processes involved are necessary for anyone wishing to pursue a career in this field.
During your interview, the interviewer will want to evaluate your knowledge of upholstery and will ask you questions about the different processes. They will also want to gauge your interest in the field by asking you about your long-term goals and where you see yourself in a few years. The interviewer will also want to see samples of your work. You can do this by clicking a series of photographs that show before and after images as well as the progression when you are working on any upholstery job.