The people who sold us this house graciously left us a few pieces of furniture. The kitchen table and chairs are one of the things they left us. While functional they needed updating. The first thing I decided to do was to recover the cushions. Next I will be replacing the rollers as these are old and squeak and don't roll well.
I took a few pictures of the chairs as I was recovering them. I forgot to take a picture of the actual recovering process but I will try to explain what I did.
The first thing I did was measure the chair seat front to back and side to side, I also measured down and around to the bottom both ways. I figured I needed about 30 inches by 30 inches of fabric for each chair. This would give me plenty of fabric to fold around and down under and staple. The home DEC fabric came in 60 inch width so I bought 60 inches. When I got home I cut the piece of fabric into four pieces.