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« on: March 16, 2009 08:53:59 AM »

I have an 8 yr old Dachshund named Max.  He is very cuddly and loves to sit with myself and my husband on our couch.  The only problem is he likes to lick our couch cushions and sometimes drools.  I have a new "everyday suede" couch and would like to keep it looking nice.
Does anyone know of a pattern so i can sew a cover for the couch cushions?
I only want to cover the bottom ones (3).

I dont want to just put a blanket on the couch as that looks frumpy...any help?
any suggestions as to the fabric i could use?

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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2009 02:47:44 AM »

Ahh!  I have two dachshunds that do this too!  The male does it more, there is always wet spots on our new couch because of him.  I was thinking about taking off the covers that are on the cushions now (I think ours zip off) and making a simple slip cover for them that I can wash.  Good luck!
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