Hi Jean, many Hometalkers have done this. Here's an informative video that will show you the steps.....
Hi Jean, I have seen this done a lot over the years. I think the most important consideration is what kind of fabric is on your chair. That will help to determine the best paint to use and what, if any additives you'll need. However, in general, this post may help: https://www.hometalk.com/9285725/how-to-paint-a-fabric-chair-upholstered-furniture-painting-tutorial
Jean: this is from the master of chalk paint!
I have read two “regrets” posts over the years because they did not dilute the paint, applied it too thick and didn’t work it in. It ruined the pliable or elastic nature of fabric and made of hard and crusty.
To Kim’s point, not every fabric can be painted.
I prefer buying automotive spray dye for car seats. It works, but you’re limited to about 10 colors, which isn’t a problem if you want to do stencil or stripe details.
Hello Jean, I love chalk paint for so many reasons! Here's a video on chalk painting fabric chair, hope it helps you
Hi Jean, there are lots of ideas here, just scroll down until you see something you like: