Published at Sunday, September 23rd 2018. by Ina Kerr in Patio Table.
It's always a good idea to take measurements of the chair, as it is now and again we're right on the frame so into the cover and we're coming out right at 42. Also then, the next step is for these screw holes. Okay, so the very top first screw is like what one-and-a-half walk that completely on the bar okay, so we're at chair styles will always vary.
However, the procedure should be exactly the same when you're making replacement covers, and then this bar is where the actual cover so just measures right along your bar there, rather than the Hubbard, be sure to write all those measurements down on a piece of paper. This is just an example not with the exact measurements we just did.
Your sling hardware may be completely different, but basically just want to disassemble the entire chair and be sure to label or take pictures of how things were so you can easily reassemble the share. So you want that to be our top one. We want that one to be number one we'll continue to remove the hardware until we get down to the bare bones of the chair so that we can remove the two inner rails that help to tension.
The cover to the chair, one to two now Deb, will go inside the pocket of the chair to remove the hardware inside the envelope cover see where these bolts are here, as Deb continues to disassemble the chair. We're going to look at a different style of the chair here, the same sort of principle as construction for the cover, but this one's on a rocker pedestal. But you can see that it's basically assembled in the same sort of fashion.
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