Looking above is how I went about taking it apart.
1. Removing bolts that were keeping the cushion attached (If you don't have a removable frame to your chair just ignore steps 1 & 2, but everything else is applicable)
2. Removing screws that were keeping the cushion attached
3. Almost always the first thing on any chair (not counting the frame) that is removed is the cheap bottom sheet
4. Almost always, the second thing to be removed is the back panel. Once 3 &4 are removed, it reveals all of the other staples you get to remove.
5. Based on how the fabric on this chair was layered, the front of the top cushion was removed
6. Last, the fabric on the seat was removed
This means to put it back together, the steps that will be taken are
1. Replace the fabric on the seat
2. Replace the fabric on the top cushion
3. Replace the back panel
4. Replace the bottom cover (I'm skipping this part because the original is already ripped and I'm too cheap to waste fabric on something no one will see)
5. Replace the screws
6. Replace the bolts so that the chair is back on its frame
And much thanks to my wonderful husband who helps me whenever I need it on projects like this.