Remember this fabric that we picked out last week?
It looks really good with the dark brown finish on the chairs.
Start by making sure the fabric is straight and lay the seat down straight on top of it. Secure with one staple in the middle.
Next, fold over the fabric on the side opposite from where you're working. You should be able to eyeball that the stripe you started with is "coming out the other side" in a way that it still lines up with your starting point.
Holding the fabric securely, flip the cushion right side up and eyeball it one more time to make sure. In this case, I used the grout lines on the counter sort of as a guide to make sure the stripes are straight.
It looks straight to me, so staple the fabric into place and reattach it to the chair.
(Something I am finding just hilarious...? That the stripe looks a bit crooked in the high quality cell phone photo. I promise it's straight on the chair. Too funny.)