Measure the slot-to-slot distance in inches.
With a pliers, clamp the Evans Clips Patented to the ends of the webbing. DO NOT CLAMP THE 45-DEGREE ANGLE FLAPS ON THE Evans Clips Patented. Cut one strap length first, clamp on the Evans Clips Patented and see if it has desirable tension. if so, use this strap as a template for the remainder of straps.
Evans Clips Patented
Stretch the Evans Clips Patented Strap into the 45-degree angle slots, and weave the straps over and under one another.
Some chairs or ottomans had webbing with a loop on both ends. These loops were threaded through wide openings in the seat frame and held in place with wooden dowels that rested in grooves on the underside of the seat frame. If you have this type of furniture, you are looking to replace Loop Straps.
To replace Loop Straps with Evans ClipsPatented and Premium webbing: Once crimped onto the end of your new webbing, bend the 45-degree angle flaps back a little more than 90 degrees, as shown below in Image 1. It will fit in the edge of the opening on the underside of your seat frame, as shown in Image 2 below. In Image 3, you see an ottoman with Evans ClipsPatented and Premium webbing used to replace loop straps.
Image 1: Evans ClipPatented with the flaps bent back > 90-degrees
Image 2: View from the bottom, showing the position of the Evans ClipPatented and bent-back flaps in the channel for the wooden dowel
Image 3: Z-Chair ottoman from the top, showing the new straps with Evans ClipsPatented