The pictures look the same, no?
A side view is needed.
Before the seat cushion stuck out a full two inches from the chair base. It was so uncomfortable to sit in.
The seat cushion didn’t always stick out so far. It appears that my replacement foam cushions were thicker than the original cushions.
My original fix-it plan was to trim the seat cushion. Dan stopped me just as I was ready to cut open the muslin lining. He reminded me how long it had taken me to sew the slip cover. Wouldn’t it be easier to trim the back cushion?
Indeed it was. I cut a 2 inch depth by 4 inch tall section out of the bottom of the back cushion. Now the seat cushion fits snugly into the contours of the chair and doesn’t stick out.
It is much more comfortable to sit in. My feet touch the floor, which is a big deal when you are only 5 feet tall like me.