And I made a little cushion for it too. Just a rectangle with some ties made out of Kevin's worn out boxer shorts. Because my little prince is used to sitting on a cushioned high chair.
Thanks to a certain person that left a certain comment that just about made my day I will try to be a little less vague in how I made it.
First off I measured the height of the back of the chair, the depth of the seat of the chair, and the width of the whole thing at the skinniest part.
Then the length of fabric to cut is equal to
height of back of chair PLUS depth of seat PLUS about 2 inches for seam allowance and poof of cushioning
And the width of fabric is width plus about 2 inches.
Then I cut some ric rac I had into eight 8-inch lengths. I stuck 2 into the seam allowance at each of the top corners and 2 on each side right about where the cushion would fold in the chair. By stuck into the seam allowance I mean like how the ribbons are added here.
Then I sewed up the rectangle like normal (right sides together, left a 6 inch gap for turning and stuffing) and turned. Then I stuffed it loosely, I had some slightly denser stuffing from an old cushion that seemed to work well.
Then to stop the stuffing from all falling to the bottom I forced the whole cushion, stuffing and all through the sewing machine to make 4 horizontal lines of stitching through the cushion. I don't have a fancy sewing machine or anything, I just forced it through.
It doesn't matter exactly where the lines are and it is a thin cushion so it's not important whether or not there is a stitched line where it has to fold if you know what I mean. I left the gap open till the end so I could arrange the stuffing as I went. Then lastly I closed up that gap and it was done.
I think if I had rounded the corners a bit it might look more professional. And if I had done some kind of nice pattern of top stitching instead of the horizontal lines but that might have been too tricky for me.
I hope that's the right amount of information on how I made it. It's so easy to be too vague and also easy to give too much obvious information but hard I think to get it just right.