This is a tutorial from the DIY Three Ring Binder Barbie Dollhouse post. Enjoy!
You will need:
Two wire hangers (like you get from the dry cleaners)
Discarded round flat thing (I actually bought a $2 plant coaster from the Home Depot for this)
Candle Holder ($1.50 - Target)
Fabri-tac (fabric glue)
Step 1: Cut the wire hangers per the picture below (only the "hanger" portion should be left over in this project, and you could even use that as a seat support if you were feeling ambitious)
Step 2: Bend the wire (using wire cutters/pliers) until it is in the vague shape of a chair
You'll have to manipulate the wire a little bit until the chairs are sturdy. Just keep bending and placing on a flat surface alternately to test...it'll happen.
Step 3: Cut pieces of cardboard to the size of the seats and back (you'll need 12 pieces for 4 chairs - 3 pieces per chair).
Step 4: Cut batting to just over twice the length of the cardboard pieces - the width should be exactly equal to the cardboard. You'll need 8 pieces (two per chair)
Step 5: Wrap the batting around the cardboard and hot glue in place
Step 6: Wrap the fabric around the cardboard (per the photos) and hot glue in place. I stitched up the ends of my fabric that I knew would show. It's possible to do this without that step.
This will be the "seat" of your chair.
Step 7: Fabri-tac the seat to the wire frame (hot glue won't hold. Guess who learned this the hard way...four times?)
Step 8: Hot glue TWO cardboard pieces (one on each side of the wire frame) at the top for the "seat back." The pieces should be glued together with a little portion of the wire glued between them.
Step 9: Wrap the seat back in batting - hot glue in place
Step 10: Wrap the seat back in fabric - hot glue in place
Repeat until all the chairs are finished!
Once you're done, you should have some version of this:
Glue the round discarded item to the candle holder. I painted my "table top" so that it would go with the rest of the kitchen.
Once you're done with your kitchen set, your finished product should look like some version of this: