Tastes and designs may change but reupholstering a chair – even one with a uniquely recognizable design as a wing-back Ethan Allen recliner chairs – will alter its style and refresh your curves so you can still fit the style of any room. Reupholstering is painstaking work that is easier with an extra pair of hands. But with patience anyone can do and chair will look better than new.
Pull the fabric unwanted Ethan Allen recliner chairs using needle nose pliers. Keep fabric as intact as possible. Put the old parts of upholstery over the new fabric on a flat surface. Place the new piece of cut above the back of the chair. Place the fabric side edges between the back and the back of the wings, and pull the fabric across the back of the chair. Seam allowance of the fabric must stick over the back of the top and sides of the Ethan Allen recliner chairs. Sew the new fabric of the pillow in the same way as the old cloth and sew the zipper along the back of the new pillow. Sew along the seam lines. Replace the pad on the seat of the Ethan Allen recliner chairs.