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How to Make Swivel Outdoor Bar Stools

Swivel outdoor bar stools – Swivel bar stools are not the most comfortable seating choices, especially when the seat is stiff and shiny. Inevitably, they are difficult to sit on because the clothes sliding on metal. And you’re constantly sliding forward on the floor not a good look. An alternative is to stand, which defeats the purpose of having a pallet. Or you can have a strategically placed pillow that helps you keep up and comfortable, while the elegant, perfectly balanced pose needed to turn an attitude on a swivel bar stool.

Amazing Swivel Outdoor Bar Stools

Amazing Swivel Outdoor Bar Stools

Swivel outdoor bar stools, turn the stool upside down on a piece of paper. And also use a soft pencil to draw the outline of the seat. Make contours 1 inch larger than the outer edge of the stool seat, to give you enough fabric for stitching. Turn the stool right side up and place the pattern on the seat to double check the size of the pattern. Cut out paper template.

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Swivel outdoor bar stools, fold a piece of fabric in half, right sides together. And pin the pattern to the fabric. Cut two pieces of fabric, and remove the pins. Measure the circumference of the cloth and cutting a long strip of fabric one inch longer than the measured length and 4 inches wide. With right sides facing, machine sew the ends of the strip of fabric together using a half-inch seam. Place the strip flat on an ironing board, hold the seam open like a book. And then run the steam iron over it to press it flat.

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