Too old chairs? Reupholster them! Remove old fabric and staples. If necessary, sand, stain, and polyurethane the legs. Using a flexible tape measure and the cut list instructions above, measure the chair. Using sharp scissors, cut the batting, fabric and dust cover pieces to size. Lay the batting over the seat so that it drapes equally over the front and side edges. Pull the front of the batting over the edge of the seat cushion, and then down to the wood framing below. Using a staple gun, attach the batting to the bottom edge of the wood framing. Keep reading the tutorial in the source.