I found this on PInterest (join me if you'd like!). I really like how it was a sort of elegantly drab color (conflicting adjectives, I know, but that's how it looks to me). And I like that you can add a bow, or swap out any other decoration, depending on the season or holiday.
So, I figured it was worth a try. The only materials I needed were a wire hanger and some fabric. I had tons of fabric left over from when I recovered this chair several years ago. It's seriously been laying around ever since. So material? Check. Heavy enough not to tear when I pierced it, and hearty enough to fold nicely, but not so burlap-y.
Turned out that the wire hanger was the harder thing to find! But, alas, I found one, and got started.
I simply cut strips of the fabric (6" wide +/-) and poked the hanger through the fabric, bunching it as I went.
I just kept going till it was dense enough to not see the hanger (I did manage to find a white hanger, so that helped too!).
Once that passes, I'm thinking of a fun pastel pattern for Easter. And I think it's neutral enough that I can keep switching out the little embellishments indefinitely!
Admittedly, I like the pinspiration one better...but overall, for free (hanger in the closet, fabric left over from year ago, and extra $1 ribbon), ya can't beat this!