Zero gravity chairs – If you are looking to spice up your dining room decor, consider covering your chairs actively. You can buy the supplies at a relatively low cost, and change them when you have the time and effort. Function matte covers are simple thanks to the simple shape of the project, and you can easily customize your creation with embroidered ornaments. You need a practical sense of impact to complete this project because it contains instructions on how to work the mat chair without giving an explicit pattern.
Collect your deliveries zero gravity chairs. You need nets, preferably in a washable material such as cotton or acrylic if you get food stains on your chair covers. Choose a size knob recommended on the yarn label; to determine how much yarn you need. Make a meter color gray. Choose the stitches you want to use for your covers; Use which stitch you want. Make a square with your stitches, and measure how many stitches you used per inch to help you determine how many stitches you need to use in your design.
For example, if you used two meshes per inch and your zero gravity chairs are 15 inches wide, complete 30 inches per line of your finished project. Unlock your swatch, and measure how many yards of yarn you used to do it; Now you know how many yarns you used per to many inches, and you can figure out how much yarn you will use per chair by determining how many of these meter boxes would cover a chair.
Start your project. Crochet round is probably the easiest way to do this, so you can slide your cover right over the back of the zero gravity chairs when you’re done. Start with a foundation chain that gives you the number of stitches that you need to cross the back of your chair, add an extra inch for the “swing room”. Work over your foundation stitch, and continue around the other side of the foundation chain by working three stitches in the last chain and walking around the back of work instead of turning. Work two stitches in the first chain, and go to your first seam; Keep working around here.
Build your project by continuing to work in round until are as long as on the back of your zero gravity chairs. If your chair width increases as it gets closer to the seat, stitches increase as you walk; you can measure this by simply trying the lid on the chair when done with a few rounds to make sure it still fits. Increase needed to make it slide easily across the back of your chair. You may want to put buttonholes at the bottom of your project so that you can button the lid in between the ladders in your chair to secure it.