Making an Indoor Oak Dining Chairs with Full Skirt – Upgrade the look of the oak dining chairs creating a deck full skirt. With minimal sewing skills and cute cloth, you’ll do it in an afternoon. Instructions Create the pattern Measured as follows: Seat width and length, width and height of the backrest, seat height, width around the legs.
Seat creates the pattern by drawing a square on paper and adding 2 inches (5 cm) in width and length. Seat creates the pattern by drawing a square on paper and adding 2 inches (5 cm) in width and length. Creates the pattern starting with skirt width measurements around the legs.
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Fold this measure and adds two inches (5 cm). Make a rectangle: high chair bottom of the legs plus 2 inches (5 cm) as they wrote just now. Cutting the fabric Place the pattern back of the chair onto the fabric, with the right sides facing; cut two. Place pins. Place the pattern on the fabric seat; cut one.
Place your skirt pattern fabric and fold. Cut one. When splitting, have a right high chair from the seat to the legs more than two inches (5 cm) for twice the width of the chair’s legs around 2 inches (5 cm). Building the cover Sew the two squares back on three sides, right sides facing and using a seam of 1 inch (2.5 cm).
Leaves a wide open to sew it into the seat fabric side. Place the back of the chair on a flat surface. Place the square seat edge to edge with the right sides facing in the back of the oak dining chairs. Use pins to make a seam of an inch (2.5 cm) only on one side of the backrest. Sewn with straight stitch where you placed the pins. Will be the back of the chair and the top of the seat.
Building the cover – skirt chair Choose one of the long sides to be “the bottom of the skirt of the chair.” Make a ring on that edge. Sew the two short ends together, creating a loop with a roll of one side or the other, without ring. Take the side without ring (top of the skirt) and take the measures the width of the chair around the legs. Make a seam in zigzag to strengthen.
Uniting the skirt backing Place pins on the skirt, edge to edge and right sides facing, around the Square chair seat and backrest part without sewing. When you look inside the cover, the whole fabric should be the right and you should see where the oak dining chairs are placed, like a bag. Sews together the seat and back edges. He turns around. Place the “pouch” which is backed in her chair and pillow in place, placing the skirt around.