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Provide your pups with heartfelt warmth this winter by making them a warm, comfy and totally adjustable fleece scarf! This new tutorial from The Preppy Owl includes easy, illustrated steps to help you make an adjustable fleece scarf that will keep your fur-coated kid warm, comfortable and quite fashionable.
Ideal for winter, these pet fleece scarfs can also be made year-round with fabric variations - imagine dressing your dog in an Easter scarf or completing his Halloween gear with a spooky fleece scarf!
If you're thinking that you don't have much time or aren't good at sewing, don't worry - these tutorials are easy enough for beginners and versatile enough to suit more practiced seamstresses, too. The resulting fleece scarfs are adjustable, safe, and warm.
Like all DIY tutorials from The Preppy Owl, this newest addition to the line is written for creative visual learners (I know how many of us crafter's aren't much for following the directions!). It's simple to follow the clear instructions and you'll be assisted at every step with pictures of the process, making it even easier to complete a dog collar you can display with pride!
The tutorial includes the following:
- Easy-to-follow instructions on how to make a winter (or all the time!) fleece scarf for your dog-? Step-by-step detailed pictures to visually guide you through the collar-making process
- 5 fleece scarf size patterns that are fully adjustable and will fit any neck size ranging from 7" to 29"
- A complete materials list
This do-it-yourself tutorial is copyrighted by its creator, The Preppy Owl. The Preppy Owl is not responsible for any injury or loss caused directly or indirectly by the use or misuse of my products. A portion of the profits from each sale goes to the ASPCA.
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!