Patio lounge chairs – Outdoor furniture is often made of metal rust or cheap plastic that breaks easily. Even the cheaply made pieces often not worth the price. Wood is robust and doesn’t rust, but walks you to the risk of cracking, rotting or damage by harmful insects. Alternatively, you can so your own homemade lounge furniture. PVC pipes are strong, light-weight and easy to work with. The cost of inventories is considerably cheaper than buying a plastic chair, so you can create different durable outdoor lounge chairs for a fraction of the cost of a single pre-made chair.
Build a patio lounge chairs, cutting a 3-by-3-inch square of the four corners of a piece of 32-by 32-inch woven fabric. Trim the corners and fold the edges over a PVC pipe, each in turn, and tighten them. Fold the 2-inch side of a 32-by-2-inch rectangle from woven fabric with a PVC tube as you did with the squares. Leaves a quarter-inch hole, and pin the edges down before the removal of the pipe. Sew along the pinned edges on all four pieces of gauze to make bags. Use a sewing machine with a straight stitch. Leave the ends of the bags open, allowing you to slide in PVC pipes. Remove the straight pins. Insert a 26-by-2-inch PVC pipe in the square mesh bags.
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Place one of the squares in front of you with the empty bag closest to you start at the back of the patio lounge chairs. On the pipe opposite the empty bag, place a 90 degree angle joint at each end. Adjust the open ends of the joints in your face. Place the two 4-inch pipe in the pocket of the rectangle into the open ends 45. Insert to create the ends of the second three-handkerchief into the open joint piece to the seat of the chair. Place the remaining loopholes square at the end of the three-way joint piece, the positioning of the open bag next to the last inserted pipe from the last square meshes. Place an 8-by-2-inch PVC pipe in all four open three-way joints for the legs.