Turn the chair back over and lay a blanket on top; start cutting the pieces to make the slipcover. Begin with the back and sides, leave the seat for later. Be sure to leave extra room when you cut — it is easier to cut off the extra fabric later.
Pin the pieces together and use embroidery thread to stitch the pieces together. We used a cross pattern to get a rustic look.
Once the back is secure, cut a piece of the blanket for the seat. Pin and stitch it to the sides and back.
Stitch two ties on the back to pull the back fabric together and make a bow.
On the felt, draw and cut out letters to spell out your pet's name. Use a hot-glue gun to adhere the letters onto the slipcover. Make sure to get all the edges.
Tuck the bottom of the slipcover underneath the chair, if necessary; use hook-and-loop tape on the underside of the chair to hold the slipcover in place.
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