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The first step is figuring out the total dimensions of the project by width and length. Determine the dimensions in inches. Let's say your project is going to be 36 inches. That equals three feet or one yard. So this project only needs one yard of fabric. For better visualizing, it's helpful to get out some graph paper and sketch out your design.How much fabric to reupholster a chair?
Divide the result by 36 for the number of yards of upholstery fabric required to reupholster a wingback chair. For example, if 58 squares are used, 58 times four equals 232, divided by 36 equals 6.4 yards. Round this up to 6.5. The chair requires a minimum of 6.5 yards of fabric.