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Use a hot-glue gun again to adhere the batting to the padding. Step 6 Attach Cotton Batting Use cotton batting for the final layer. Cut this layer long so it hangs down past the bottom of the seat. Glue cotton batting onto the quilting batting on top and around the sides of the seat. After the glue has dried usually just a few minutesflip the chair over and staple the overhanging batting to the bottom of the chair seat.
Step 7 Cut and Prep Fabric Again, use the old fabric as the template to cut the new fabric. Place the new fabric on the seat and make sure it is centered and smooth. You may want to stick a few straight pins in the top to hold the fabric in place. Place one staple in each side, in the middle. Turn the chair upside down. Pull the fabric a little taunt and continue stapling each side from the middle out to the corners.
If needed, use a hammer to push the staples all the way down.