Designer Seamstress
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  1. Study work orders to determine the amount and type of materials required to cover work pieces
  2. Follow sketches, patterns or blueprints to indicate cutting lines on fabrics using chalks, pencils or paint
  3. Measure and cut materials using manual or automated cutting instruments
  4. Confer with customers prior to upholstery to determine their color, style, and fabric preferences
  5. Remove anchoring tacks and strip upholstered furniture down to its wooden frame
  6. Examine furniture frames, springs, and webbings to identify defects
  7. Apply their knowledge of upholstery to build or repair upholstered furniture using a variety of hand or power tools
  8. Ensure projects are completed and delivered before set deadline
  9. Cover wooden frame with soft materials such as cotton, felt pad, fiber or foam to improve texture and appearance
  10. Work with tools and materials such as glue, staples, saw, cement, tacks and nail guns
  11. Secure work pieces and materials onto production equipment
  12. Conduct routine maintenance of work tools and upholstery machine
  13. Finish upholstered furniture by attaching ornament trims, buttons, buckles, and grommets
  14. Operate sewing machine to sew upholstery and join various sections of covering fabric
Upholstery installer
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  1. Stretch webbing and fabric, using webbing stretchers.
  2. Collaborate with interior designers to decorate rooms and coordinate furnishing fabrics.
  3. Maintain records of time required to perform each job.
  4. Pick up and deliver projects.
  5. Repair frames and refinish exposed wood or metal.
  6.  Adjust or replace webbing, padding, and/or springs, and secure them in place.
  7. Attach bindings or apply solutions to edges of cut material to prevent raveling.
  8. Attach fasteners, grommets, buttons, buckles, ornamental trim, and other accessories to covers or frames, using hand tools.
  9. Design upholstery cover patterns and cutting plans, based on sketches, customer descriptions, or blueprints.
  10. Draw cutting lines on material following patterns, templates, sketches, or blueprints, using chalk, pencils, paint, or other methods.
  11.  Examine furniture frames, upholstery, springs, and webbing to locate defects.
  12.  Fit, install, and secure material on frames, using hand tools, power tools, glue, cement, and/or staples.

Event Markerter

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  1.  Demonstrate product or service at shows and events.
  2.  Decide which shows/events would benefit company the most.
  3. Use graphics and slideshows during presentation.
  4. Answer questions about product.
  5. Set up booths, including pictures and samples.
  6. Suggest specific product purchases.
  7. Visit specific events to market product.
  8. Collect fees or donations.
  9. Transport and assemble materials.
  10. Recommend product improvements to maker.
  11. Clean up area after completion of event.
  12. Enjoy the job!!!

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