Danish lounge chair – Often the Danish lounge chair is a thick pad made of foam covered with an outdoor material. The foam can be segmented individually by moving the mechanics of the chair, so you sit or lie flat. Sometimes there are ties that hold the pads in place. Often dust can blur the chairs or lead. This makes them a good candidate for slip-lining.
Danish lounge chair Covers with bags, Measure the width of the living room and add 3 centimeters. Measure the length of the lounge and add 3 centimeters. Cut two pieces of indoor / outdoor fabric to these dimensions. The extra inches provide the depth of the lounge cushions. Cut the fabric 12 inches square for your wallet. Turn one edge under 1/4 inches and sew a hem.
Measure your existing Danish lounge chair from the corner to the location of the pocket, which is just below the point where the seat back turns to would become the seat. Place a piece of your living room open fabric on the bench. Measure from the upper corner of the tissue at the same distance measure as the seat, and the position of the pocket face upward along the edge, with the bottom of the bag to the middle of the lounge. Sew a 1/2-inch hem on both sides and over the top. Turn the cover right side out. Cut hook-and-loop tape over the seams on the bottom to fit and sew half of the tape at the top fabric and half the tape on the bottom fabric. Slip your cover over your chair so that the bag is open along the edge.