Wingback Chair Customize Interior Furniture
Sew a lid that fits the flared sides of a wingback chair to give the furniture a new life. The manufacture of its own cover allows you to customize the fit on the surface of the chair’s wings for an attractive fit. Decorative fabrics are available in a wide variety of colors and designs, which gives you many options for a cover that suits your decor. Measure the length of the chair from the floor in front. On the seat cushion, the backrest and even the floor behind the chair. Mount the size by 6 inches, and write it down. Measure the width of the armrest of an armrest and the entire seat to the opposite armrest. Increase the measurement by 2 inches, and write it down. Measure the width of the chair back from the front to the back edge of the chair.
And the height of the armrest to the top of the chair. Increase both measurements by 2 inches, and write them down. Measure the height of the wing chair arm. Starting on the floor under the arm, over the top of the armrest and stopping on the seat cushion. Increase the measurement by 12 inches, and write it down. Measure the body width of the statement chair from the front edge of the seat to the back of the chair. Increase the measurement by 2 inches, and write it down. Draw the five pieces of the pattern with your measurements on a piece of paper; One-piece body using the measurements from steps 1 and 2, two pieces of the arm using the measurements from steps 4 and 5 and two pieces of the wings using the measurements from Stage 3.
I sketch a picture of the chair to help you visualize how to sew the pieces together. Pin the bottom edge of the side pieces by the upper rear edge of the arm pieces. Matching the right sides together. Sew the pieces with a 1/2 inch seam to create a used wingback chairs piece for both parties. Pin the long edge of the body piece to the outer edge of the side piece that you just sewed together. Match the right sides together and sew a 1/2 inch seam. Repeat this process on the other side of the body piece with the second side piece, and sew together with a 1/2 inch seam. Pull the cover over the chair to check the fit. Adjust the depth of the seam around the surface of the wings, if necessary.