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Old 11-04-2017, 01:37 PM
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My husband has a new work truck and the interior is is good shape for being a 10 year old truck. So in order to keep the back seat and center console in good shape he asked me to cover them. First we bought a seat cover for dogs from Wal Mart, Boko's back feet had put several small tears in the fabric (the fabric was similar to wind breaker material).
So I had some denim fabric and used the store bought cover as batting and a pattern. And to have a clean place for the grand kids to ride, my husband suggested a snap on cover. I didn't have any of the stonewashed denim left, but I did have some denim I bought from Hancock's before they went out of business, hence the two colored cover.

Its heavy enough to keep his back claws from tearing it up and when it gets dirty just throw it in the wash.
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The front console cover with a fleece backing
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Wow- good job! I bet your husband loves that you made this for his truck.
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Great idea. BrendaK
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great job. I bet hubby is happy.
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great idea
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Cool idea!
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Good idea!
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You need to get a business going. Sell at car shows: you know these guys and their trucks.
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I should be able to install it in the truck on Tuesday. Tomorrow I will have to shampoo the backseat first and let dry over night.
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