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  1. M
    M at | | Reply

    So I’m interested in trying to make this, but I can’t figure out what the 80 inch nylon strap at the 25 inch mark is there for. Do you fold down your seat and wrap the strap around the whole seat-back? I also don’t understand why the size of the project is the height of the backseat X 2 + the depth of the backseat. Are you talking about the distance from the floor to the backseat + the depth of the backseat + the height of the back of the backseat?


  2. Tutorial: Back seat cover to protect your car from pet hair | Sewing | CraftGossip.com

    […] When it gets covered with hair, you can take it out of the car and send through the wash.  Go to Hands Occupied to see how to make […]

  3. Anne
    Anne at | | Reply

    Awesome!! I’ve linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-back-seat-cover-to-protect-your-car-from-pet-hair/2013/11/17/

  4. Linda G
    Linda G at | | Reply

    On way to car wash to vacuum car, Joanns for fabric and home to make this!!

  5. Linda G
    Linda G at | | Reply

    Made it!! Pics later – but wanted to let you know my variation – I put elastic on the top instead of a buckle – slides over the headrests and a bit easier :)

  6. Linda L
    Linda L at | | Reply

    This looks great! I will give this a try for our dog (a Dalmatian that really sheds). I think I will make mine with some slits for the seat belts. Our dog wears a harness with a seat belt attachment, so the slit will be necessary to access the receiving side of the buckle. Also, I am thinking of using fleece. Slits will be easy with that since fleece doesn’t ravel. Any thoughts or suggestions for me before I get started? :-)

  7. Teresa
    Teresa at | | Reply

    Hi! I’m just wondering if you know anyone willing to sell these? I would love one and do not have the time to make one.
    Thanks so much,

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