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DIY Stuffed Animals

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DIY Pet Coat Pattern

Yes, it's finally here...September! The weather is cooling and our pets are ready for a new Fall wardrobe. This is probably the easiest coat pattern you will find. You can make it a lightweight raincoat, or a heavy snow coat with sherpa lining, you can add a hoodie or collar, you can add pockets....ohhhh, the possibilities. eeekkkk!!!! So, what do you need to make this pattern? How about nothing but a paper bag, a pen, a ruler, and some scissors. Oh, and a dog. First things first when making a pattern...the measurements. Measurement Instructions: 1. First measure around dog's neck and add one inch (this is for the velcro). Sebastian is a 12, so 13 is good. 2. Measure along back from base of neck to base of tail. Sebastian is a 10. 3. Determine desired length of jacket in front of neck. 3" long is perfect for Sebastian's size. 4. Measure completely around mid-tummy/lower chest and back area. Sebastian is a 15. Now time to get drawing! Belly Strap - This can be as thick or as thin as you want. We did ours at 2.5" wide. To determine how long it should be, follow below photo instructions. And after you get your belly strap piece drawn, we'll be adding 1/4" seam allowance around both pieces. Now you are ready to cut out your pieces. You'll want to do a tester! You can use fabric or another paper bag for this. Staple belly straps (one on each side) of main body. This is a good time to determine where exactly you want the straps to go...i.e., more higher or lower under the belly depending on your dog. Belly straps will later have velcro and will overlap each other. Then place the tester on your dog for a fitting. I used tape to temporarily hold the neck and belly together . Easy, right?! Did you see the raincoat we made using this pattern? Click HERE for further instructions on sewing the garment together! XOXOXOXOXO, Erika and Sebastian

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HOW TO MAKE A DIY NO SEW DOG BED - A Fresh-Squeezed Life

Making a DIY no sew dog bed is a simple and inexpensive project to make for your favorite pet! My step by step tutorial and video will show you how to make a no sew fleece dog bed.

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▷ 1001 + Ideen, wie Sie ein Hundespielzeug selber machen

Suchen Sie nach Inspirationen, wie Sie ein Hundespielzeug selber machen? Klicken Sie hier uns sehen Sie sich unsere Ideen an!

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DIY Ferret Tunnel Wall

Create a play area for your ferrets on the wall near their cage! Cut several pieces of solid PVC pipe, drill holes along the front of each pipe and paint or decorate the pipes. Cut flexible plastic pi

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How to Sew a Felt Mouse Plush Toy

Mouse Sewing Project - Teach children how to hand sew their own pocket pet mouse, or sew one for them! Felt pets like these cute felt mice, make a great lovey or comfort object, a cute handmade gift, and, a fun mouse cat toy that can be filled with catnip! Fill a few felt mice up with catnip and watch your furry friend go crazy with joy!

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How to Sew a Bow Tie for Your Dog | Spoonflower Blog

Does your four-legged friend have a knack for fashion? From DIY bandanas to handmade bow ties, it's never been easier to let your pups personality shine. Using just a fat quarter of Organic Cotton Sateen, we promise, this DIY dog bow tie is....PAW-some!

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"Water Proofing" Dog Beds

When searching for a new dog bed for your k9 kids, try to find something that has a zipper cover that can be removed. After you get your dog bed picked out, pick up some garbage bags that are the same size or bigger than your bed. We use 55 gallon drum liners that fit perfect for our large size beds. You can also use smaller ones for each side of the bed. By placing a garbage bag over the entire cushion it will prevent spills or messes from leaking through. Not to mention it is way easier to clean just the cover and not the entire bed. Small beds are doable, but med to large, is just a pain in the butt. Using a simple garbage bag will also cut down the cost on "water proof" dog beds, which can be expensive due to the size of bed you may need for your pup. This idea is great if you have a new puppy, a messy dog, dogs that lick their paws, dogs that drool or for senior dogs. It is also great for people that like to wash their dog beds once a week... like us haha.

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DIY Stuffed Animal Zoo

These DIY Stuffed Animal Zoos are a cute idea for kids rooms to keep their stuffies corralled in one place, a great gift idea that is simple to make.

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