Covers For Patio Recliner Chair

Jan 25th

Covers For Patio Recliner Chair – Covers are an economical way to change the decor of a patio without having to invest in expensive new furniture. Deck chairs, just like any other furniture, can be supplemented with loose sleeves that remove washable and easily. With a two-piece slipcover, the patio recliner chair can get a whole new look.

Patio Recliner Chair

Instructions for make covers a patio recliner chair, draw the dimensions of the chair, including the footrest on pattern paper. Then trace the back seat and two armrests of the recliner chair on textured paper. The paper patterns, as detected by a pencil, will also serve as a guide for determining to purchase the quantity of substance by the decorator. Add a seam allowance by measuring and adding an additional 5/8 inch around the contours of the pattern pieces for the upper part of the beach chair. The paper patterns will now be measuring every part of the recliner with an extra margin.

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Next steps for covers a patio recliner chair, cut out the traced pattern pieces. Cut all parts of the decorator fabric. Place pieces on the length of grain. Line up all the patterns that will meet the seams. Sew the pieces for the upper part of the armchair only. Place the cover over the chair and only to provide a good fit. Add one and one quarter centimeters around the contours of the pattern piece for the footrest of the chair. The pattern will now measure the footrest of the chair with an additional fee for the elastic body is. Cut the foot pattern piece from the decorator fabric. Check the fit to ensure that the piece covering the footrest and can be collected around the rear portion of the footrest elastic hide. Sew a 3/4 inch casing around the edges of the foot, where you leave a one-inch opening to insert elastic. Place elastic in the housing. With a safety pin with a rubber band, rubber band pulls through to satisfy both pieces. Sew the two elastic ends together. Sew the opening closed.

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