The front of this one was so worn that the foam was showing and coming apart.
THE LAZY HOUSEWIFE'S GUIDE TO COVERING A CHAIR SEAT:
I know that Martha would want us to gather the proper tools, measure, and carefully cut and tack with our upholstery tools on our nifty craft tables.
Please. I could be done by the time I do all that. I eyeballed the amount of fabric needed for each seat and cut four squares. I heated up the hot glue gun. I know. That's cheating, but hey, I'm planning a wedding. I've got a few things on my plate.
Oh, where am I doing this, you ask? On the floor like any real woman.
Craft table...I wish.
I then screwed the seat bottoms back onto the chairs.
Stay tuned to see how I'm going to use the remaining fabric. When I figure it out you'll be the first to know.
That really is an improvement, wouldn't you say? Not a bad project for the cost of the fabric and less than an hour, start to finish. And NO I didn't forget the coffee bag. I'm getting to that.