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Topic: Adirondack Chairs Cushions?  (Read 1196 times)
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« on: June 24, 2008 08:48:20 PM »

I am currently undertaking a cushion making project for an older woman for an old curing chair (if anyone knows what kind of foam is appropriate for outdoor cushions, I would also appreciate suggestions to that).

Anyway, she also mentioned to me that she would like something for her Adirondack chair that would make it easier to get in and out of. If you are unfamiliar with the design, they slope a great deal from the front to the back and your butt is usually much closer to the ground than in other chairs. They are difficult to get out of for anyone, especially short people (like me), and even moreso older individuals.

I would (and I know she would) appreciate any suggestions/brainstorms to solve this problem!

Thanks!
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