|Before - with old cushion cover in place|
For the second, more difficult chair, I used the same principles as I'd learned doing the other one, plus a bit of messing about.
Instead of a wooden frame and Velcro, like the modern Poangs, it has a fabric back, and the back has to slide over it.
|Before - without cushion|
And I wanted to add extra strength so I used double fabric on that bit, and I couldn't work out which way to fold it to double it.
I expect one day that this will become second nature,
It's a bit of an eyesore on the new one, so I expect I shall sew something to cover it up (and stick it to the chair base with Velcro or something) DH isn't keen, so I'll have to wait til he's not looking.
I haven't rounded the corners on this one, as the cushion has squarer corners.
Here's the set.
I did a little Dance of Victory after taking it.