How Do I Make A Chair
Pin the final corner closed. I actually love the knotted floss look, this could totally be enough for the top too. Change out of your pajamas. Head on over.
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Measure out 1/2 inch on all four sides, and draw another line. Turn inside out and stuff! So heres what Ive got so far: So lay the top feather piece of your cushion fabric right side. I added a little sparkly thread and heat transfer arrows to match my new ace-hotel inspired patio look. Id love to spend the afternoon lounging in this chair and reading my favorite book, wouldnt you?
Sew the side pieces to the bottom piece.
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Or just sit by yourself, thats pretty nice too. Pin the side prepare pieces to the bottom piece, printed side to printed side. I decided to add some sparkle, so I wound two bobbins with heavy braid gold and silver threads from Kreinik, and with regular thread in my spool, sewed a few lines of straight stitching across the top of my seat cushions.
Fold your fabric in half with the printed sides together. Because they are metal, my booty requested some coziness. I went ahead and serged all the edges to start with, because I didnt want to worry about my linen fraying.
And used some sparkly heat transfer material to make an iron. Im sure I dont have to tell you this.
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Sew 1/2-inch seams along the short ends of the fabric strips that you pinned. Pin it in place. My cutting is sloppy, but it is not noticeable on the final cushions. Want to make one? Craft paper or newspaper, shears, fabric, straight pins.
Repeat on each corner. So I cut a 3 wide piece of fabric (whatever length you prefer). Leave the center 1/3 of one side open so you will be able to slip the foam inside of the cover. When doing this, remember to place your item upside down (so the wrong side of the fabric is facing you) so your decorative thread that is in your bobbin shows up on the right side.