Make your pup a handsome gent with a bow tie collar! It's quick and rewarding to make puppy bow ties with this easy do-it-yourself how-to guide from The Preppy Owl. The pattern is multi-sized, stylish, and safe; the results are fully customized, incredibly adorable, and help you and your dog make life a celebration!
This DIY tutorial is remarkably simple to follow, and in no time flat you'll have a trendy, comfortable bow tie collar - your fabric choice can take it from funny to dapper with ease. The format and wording are easy to read and understand, and you'll be assisted at every step with pictures of the process, making it even easier. You'll find the photos cover everything you need. This pattern is easy enough for those who are still timid about their sewing skills, but clever enough for a more experienced crafter to have fun turning out these little beauties.
The Bow Tie Dog Collar Tutorial will have you making bow ties with ease and speed. And take it from me: You'll find yourself being begged to make them for your friends' four-footed families. Whether your pup is a teacup terrier or a Great Dane, this tutorial has a pattern for his size. I've outfitted the neighbor dogs and even altered the pattern for my husband!
The tutorial includes the following:
- Easy-to-follow instructions on how to make a bow tie dog collar for your pet
- Step-by-step detailed pictures to visually guide you through the collar-making process
- A complete materials list, all items that are available from any local craft store
- 5 collar size patterns that are fully adjustable and will fit any neck size ranging from 7" to 29"
Don't forget - there's always a special occasion coming up just in time for your furry friend to proudly display a bouquet of a handcrafted collar!
Don't forget all the holidays that are fast approaching in which your furry friend can proudly display your masterpieces! And imagine the rave reviews from including such a dandily dressed furry friend at a wedding!
I have been crafting and, loving it, since I was just a little girl. My Nana's and Grandmother's were all very talented crafters. I loved to visit on Sundays with them - they would show me what they made that week and I was always amazed, intrigued and full of hope that I would get to "craft" one day. And that one day finally came, and I have never stopped!