Making Comfortable Folding Adirondack Chair

Folding Adirondack chair can give a room a whole new look and feel. The fabric can accent the second textures and colors, or chosen to coordinate a holiday theme. Used furniture, the covers give new life without the cost of reupholstering. Seat cover is relatively easy to do, even if you do not know how to sew. The project should not take more than a few hours.

Folding Adirondack Chair Plans

Folding Adirondack Chair Plans

Measuring from the floor behind the folding Adirondack chair, the front, the seat and the floor gives the length of the material you need. At least 12-18 inches should be added to each measurement for chopping and bottom end. The outer edge must be folded all the way around. If a decorative effect is desired, a fringe set. Home tape can be used both at the bottom and add bangs, or use fabric glue to attach the pile. The lid is placed over the seat and tucked in the sides and back of the pad. Foam tubes (see Resources below) can be used to hold the cover tucked, or a rolled and rubber banded act almost as good. The folding Adirondack chair is used as a pattern. Each of the seats is measured and an inch or two added to the seams. Pattern is made for each part using paper, the extra inches added, and then down on the fabric for cutting.

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