The seat of the dining chair is removed to be upholstered.
The staples are to be removed from the bottom of the seat.
The seat is then stripped of its fabric.
The center of the seat is marked on the top and bottom.
The fabric the seat will be upholstered with is also marked on the top and bottom at the center.
Cotton is added to the top of the seat.
The cotton is removed from the bottom along the edges.
The new fabric is placed and centered.
A temporary tack is set on the fabric to hold it in place.
The fabric is then aligned and stapled in place along the edges.
The corners are tacked in place.
The fabric is aligned once again with a finishing set of staples.
The corners begin being stapled precisely in place.
The corners are finished being made.
Tacking staples are removed for final presentation.
Edges are trimmed along the staple line.
Black accord is cut and placed on the bottom of the seat.
The black accord is then stapled in place.
The finished seat is re-attatched to the chair.