Cut a strip of cotton batting 36 inches long and 2 inches wide.
Apply a bit of hot glue to the end of the batting. Press the glued end of the batting to one of the ends of wooden coat hanger.
Wrap the strip of batting around the hanger, overlapping the previous wrap as you go. When you reach the end of the hanger, cut the excess batting off and discard it or save it for a future project. Apply hot glue to the loose end of the batting and press it to the end of the hanger.
Cut a 36-inch long strip of satin ribbon in the color of your choosing. The width of the ribbon is up to you; however, 2 inches, like the batting, works well.
Apply a bit of hot glue to one end of the ribbon and press it to the batting, about 1 inch from the top edge of the hanger. Wind the end of the ribbon over the edge of the hanger and to the underside. Hot glue it in place.
Wrap the remaining ribbon around the batting covered hanger, just as you did the batting. Pull the ribbon snugly as you go. When you reach the end of the hanger, cut the ribbon so you have a 1-inch piece sticking out. Fold that piece over the end of the hanger and hot glue it in place.