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Dog Clothing & Accessories. Dogs Sewing Patterns. Married to a bmw Free Sewing Patterns: Dogs 06. February 2009 · 1 Comment · Categories: Sewing Back to Free Sewing Patterns Dog Leash by Anna Maria HornerDog Collar and Leash by Sew4HomeAdjustable Dog Collar by Sew It Love ItDog Leash by Summer ThinksKimono Dog Harness by Acorn Market for Sew, Mama, Sew! Share this: Connect Search Categories Archives © 2011 married to a bmw.

Design by picomol. Quick Stitch Dog Bed. Featured Project Quick-Stitch Dog Bed DIYStyle Vodcast Episode 7 Supplies Needed 1 yard of 45" print fabric for the Bed5/8 yard of polar fleece for the PillowMatching threadPolyfill1/2 yard VELCRO® brand sew on fastener 18" square pillow or pillowform Cutting Cut print fabric into two 18" x 45" pieces.Cut polar fleece to 19" wide x 50 Sewing To sew the Bed, place the print fabric's short ends, right sides together and stitch to form one long piece.Turn under 1" hems on each end, press, then stitch.Stitch long seam, right sides together, leaving an opening in the center, about 8" long for stuffing.Stitch each end closed, then apply VELCRO® tape, stitching along each edge of fastener to secure.Stuff tube with polyfill.

Quick Stitch Dog Bed

Now, let sleeping dogs lie (in style). Fabric by Michael Miller Fabrics Download this Project (pdf) for your DIYStyle Notebook. Fleece Dog Bed. Loki got a new bed today and the weather held out for photos, so you all get a new tutorial!

Fleece Dog Bed

Read below to learn how to make this cute fluffy fleece dog bed! I’ve made… four of these now? At least four. Anyway, you can make these all different heights and diameters (π is your friend). Loki already loves it, he’s sleeping on it right now under my desk. You’ll need 1 1/4 yards of fleece. I cut the 26″ square first, then folded in it fourths. (If you buy 1 1/3 yards, you can squeeze out 28″ circles, but not much more than that.) Now, sew the long pieces together on the short side, right sides together, to make once long piece. Now mark the halfway points on both circles.

Now take one circle and place it right sides together with the long piece, matching the center seam to the center point. Sew in both directions starting from this center point/seam to 4″ from the other center point. This diagram will help: Sew the other circle in the same manner. No Sew Dog Bed. Fabric Leash. As promised I have finished up one doggie-inspired project and I am offering it here for you to try.

Fabric Leash

It is really simple, pretty quick and I've got a few photos to walk you through it. Then after you're finished you can walk your dog with it. Materials:*one six foot length of cotton canvas strapping-whatever width you desire, but at least one inch*3 cut strips of fabrics, equal in length and width to your strapping*one of those metal thingermaginggins that latches to the collar, readily available at your hardware store*heavy duty sewing machine needles Step one: Stitch one strip of the fabric to the strapping-very close to the edges on each side. You'll want to cover this stitching with the edging later. Step two: On the remaining 2 strips of fabric, fold the edges in and press so that the edges meet in the middle.

Step three: Fold in lengthwise once more down the center and press so that raw edges are tucked away. I hope all is clear and good luck giving your pup a new leash on life!! Dog Boots. Poor Lacey.

Dog Boots

Snow and ice get in between her toes when she goes outside during winter. It hurts so much, my snow dog stomps romping and digging and crumbles into a little ball from the pain. You try playing in the snow with bare feet. I bet it hurts too. I scoop her up and carry her home. As much as I hate putting clothes on dogs for the sake of putting clothes on dogs, I bought Lacey a pair of dog boots for Christmas.

I didn't feel that way last weekend when I tried to exchange the boots for a size that fit Lacey. Seriously? The only thing left in Lacey's size in Store Number Three were a set of disposable dog booties made from recycled plastic bottle fabric. Time to make fleece dog booties! 507You will need: A patient dog (if all else fails, bribe them with treats) paper pen measuring tape fleece fabric sole fabric - leather, suede, or a waterproof fabric that has traction ribbon or elastic velcro scissors pins thread sewing machine Make it: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.