Club chair slipcovers – spring is a time to clean up the dead leaves, plant new flowers and spruce your outdoors. If you find that your outdoor resin furniture has lost its appeal, the sewing slip can give them new life. You can buy outdoor fabric to cover them or use materials around your house.
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Measure and buy the fabric
Start your project by purchasing outdoor fabric to use for your club chair slipcovers; but if you have canvas drapes around your garage, you can use them to make covers for your chairs. Drop cloths are not waterproof, so if you choose to use them, remove them after each use so they do not develop mold from being exposed to moisture.
Measure chairs to make sure you have enough fabric. The average resin chair is about 21 inches wide, 28-1 / 2 inches high and 19 inches deep. Cut the fabric pieces according to the measurements for your chairs add another inch for the seam allowance. Straighten straight; sew all pieces together with a 7/8 inch seam. Sew a 7/8 inch hem around the bottom of each cover as well. Slip the club chair slipcovers straight over the back and sides of the chair. They should hang all the way down to cover the legs of the chair.