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Practically Functional. Creativity Unmasked: DIY No-Sew Denim Dog Toy. If you have a tired pair of denim jeans and not-so-tired dog, then this simple no-sew DIY dog toy is the perfect fit...even if the jeans aren't!

Creativity Unmasked: DIY No-Sew Denim Dog Toy

All you need are some recycle-ready jeans, a pair of scissors, and a few minutes to make this quick toy. Our spoiled (but very loved!) Dog Oli now has his very own denim toy collection thanks to an old pair of my jeans! Cut two extra long (leg length) strips of denim from a leg of your recyclable jeans. My strips were approximately 4cm wide and I purposefully chose to include the rugged seams for extra fun toy texture and durability. Find more fur-friendly DIYs in my recent Six for Saturday (or Sunday) post and my growing Pet Craft board on my Pinterest. Note: Always make sure you know your dog before giving him or her any new toy. Sock Monkey.

Gosh… I am supposed to sew some thing for the Earth Month this April, but I can’t wait to sew these sock monkeys.

Sock Monkey

My hands simply took over my head and see what I did after a few days and nights of sewing…. a house full of sock monkeys!!!! Do you love them? I have seen a lot of sock monkey photos hanging around friends’ photo albums in many photo sharing websites, so envy. These sock monkeys are so cute and so adorable that I would want to hug one, I bet my kids would love to have them to accompany too when mommy is busy with works. Therefore, I went out to shop for some socks thinking that may be 4 to 5 pairs should be enough, I ended up with 20 pairs of colorful socks, simply can’t resist for not buying ;-). TRAINING CESAR'S WAY - Canine Advice, Tips and Tutorials. Company InformationPrivacy Policy Terms of Use Affiliate Program Advertising Information.

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How to Make a Cat Bed from an Old Sweater: 6 steps. Edit Article Edited by Denelle Bratcher, Nicole Willson, Sondra C, Ben Rubenstein and 31 others In less than 30 minutes, and for less than $5, an old wool sweater from the thrift store or the back of your closet can become a cozy cat bed (or dog bed, if the dog is small enough or the sweater's especially big).

How to Make a Cat Bed from an Old Sweater: 6 steps

You'll just need a needle and thread! Ad Steps 1Lay the sweater out flat. 6Stitch the neck opening closed. Tips Make puppy or dog bed out of owners clothing or mommies fleece robe. Resultados de la búsqueda para old sweaters. How to Potty Train Your Puppy Using a Bell: 5 steps. Edit Article Edited by Flickety, Travis Derouin, Ch00ey, Maluniu and 17 others Teaching your puppy to use a bell to tell you when he needs to eliminate saves lots of time, energy and stress compared to other forms of housebreaking.

How to Potty Train Your Puppy Using a Bell: 5 steps

It also provides experience training your dog in the early stages of development. Ad Steps 1Hang a bell on the door leading to the outside of your house. 5Practice makes perfect. Tips You can change doors once the puppy understands the purpose of the bell. Warnings Be careful that the string holding the bell is not long enough to reach around your dog's neck (or around the neck of any cats you have in the house) and that it is secure enough that your dog does not pull it down and eat the bell.Be careful of how you attach the bells to the door frame. Pet ID Tag - Martha Stewart Pets. Sew DoggyStyle: DIY Pet Coat Pattern - Sewing it Together! This is part 2 of our coat tutorial.

Sew DoggyStyle: DIY Pet Coat Pattern - Sewing it Together!

To get your pattern pieces, visit our first tutorial on making the pattern here. Since we are recycling junkies, we decided to make this coat from an old wool shirt. And since the old wool shirt had pockets and a collar, we decided to incorporate those items (because how could we not?). It's SEW easy! Of course this coat can be made without a pocket or collar and still be cute (just skip those steps if not using extra items). First things first: cut out all your pattern pieces. If you are using the shirt pockets and collar, keep following along. Now, anything you might add to the outside of the coat needs to be sewn on FIRST (i.e. pocket and collar). If you are skipping pocket and collar, continue on here! You are now ready to start sewing entire coat together! Almost done!!! How about adding some buttons from that shirt? He's workin' that new coat. Now flip that collar up and prepare to look bad@$$.