Fabrication of microfiber saturable absorbers (SA) is a tedious process. This work demonstrates a simplified method of microfiber SA fabrication by integrating graphene oxide/polymethylsiloxane (GO/PDMS) using dip-coating technique. The idea is to enhance light-matter interaction between graphene and propagating light modes within the microfiber by enhancing the binding strength and proximity of the graphene-polymer composite to the microfiber. The implementation of GO/PDMS SA in an erbium-doped fiber laser cavity has successfully generated ultrashort pulses with pulse duration of 629 fs in the C-band emission region. The success of this work contributes to better insight towards simplifying the fabrication technique of microfiber SAs.