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Painted Adirondack Chair with Throw Pillow

Paint an Adirondack chair with FolkArt Outdoor Acrylic Paint for added durability and a pop of color for your patio.

At a Glance:

#6465 Skill Level: Intermediate Time:
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This project features these great brands:


FolkArt ® Outdoor™ Acrylic Colors - Engine Red, 2 oz. - 1614

Number Needed: 3 $2.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Other Supplies

Adirondack chair, 1 yard of Waverly Inspirations Anchors Ink and Polka Dot Ink fabric, Large flat paintbrush, Screwdriver, Scissors, Ruler, Sewing machine and thread to match, 20" x 20" pillow form


Adirondack chair

  1. Basecoat all chair pieces with Engine Red before assembling chair together.
  2. Apply a second coat of Engine Red. Let paint dry.
  3. Assemble chair together following the instruction booklet provided.

Throw pillow

  1. Cut one 21" x 21" square from the Anchor fabric and one 21" x21" square from the Navy with White dots fabric.
  2. With right sides together, sew sides with a ½" seam. Leave an opening on one side to be able to insert the pillow form.
  3. Turn right side out. Insert pillow form and sew opening closed.

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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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