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Dog Collar, Leash and Poop Bag Dispenser


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This pattern and tutorial that will teach you how to make your own dog collar, a matching leash and a poop bag dispenser that will hold your cell phone and your keys. The simple design will ensure you look fancy every time you take the dog for a walk. Its functionality will allow you to carry everything you need. This is an easy project you can make in one afternoon. Imagine the scene. You're happily walking your dog, the sun is shining and the birds are singing. Your friend decides to take a poop on the neighbor's lawn. No problem, you reach into your pocket for the waste bags. Uh oh, there's nothing there you left them at home! At that exact moment the neighbor comes out. All you do is smile, and say I'm sorry, I forgot the bags, ha ha ha (been there more than once, how embarrassing!). With dog walk pizzazz, the poop bags will always be there! Load some bags in the dispenser and they'll be ready to go. "Your strolls should be happy, glamorous and fun. With Dog Walk Pizzazz, you can be sure they will be." Here's what you get with the pattern: --------3 Collar Sizes-------- Learn to make a small, medium and large collar. One of them will surely fit your dog. You can also give them as gifts or even sell them. --------Leash With Hook-------- Learn how to sew a fabric leash. This one has a ring to hang the pouch that will keep your hands free! --------Bag Dispenser-------- Make a waste bag dispenser and keep it loaded, the bags will always be ready to go! Use the extra pocket to carry your phone, and the swivel to carry your keys. --------Detailed Tutorials-------- Sew clean and professional items, even if you're just starting to sew! The pattern includes links to tutorials explaining basic sewing techniques like hemming, sewing a seam, applying fusible interfacing and cutting your fabric. They will help you avoid mistakes when sewing your set. --------Real Size Printable Patterns-------- Print, cut and sew! Get real size printable patterns for the pouch. No tracing pattern pieces, no measuring, just print, cut and sew in a few minutes. --------Sewing Support-------- Just send me a message and I'll be there! The pattern is very simple, but if you get stuck I'll come to the rescue. I want you to sew the prettiest set. You can ask me for fabric suggestions, sewing dilemmas, or anything else that's giving you trouble. --------Sew It and Sell It-------- Make this set in your spare time, and sell it! The investment you make will be instantly recovered with your first sale. By purchasing, you have the rights to sell items made with this pattern. --------Text and Pictures-------- Save ink and paper! You will have a text only and a text and picture version. You can view the pictures on your screen to understand exactly what you have to do. Then you can print the text only version for quick reference while you're sewing. --------Money Back Guarantee-------- I'm sure you'll be able to make your dog walking set without trouble. If within 5 days after your purchase, you decide this pattern isn't what you need, tell me what went wrong and I'll give you a 100% refund. Every dog has a collar and a leash, but they don't have Dog Walk Pizzazz. What are you waiting for? Learn to make your own dog collar, matching leash and a poop bag dispenser with this easy step by step tutorial, so you can "be glamorous the next time you take the dog for a walk" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing Ironing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Leash: 51 x 1 Pouch: 4 3/4 x 3 3/4 Collar: Varies depending on the size you choose

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  • Sewing machine
  • Iron
  • 10" of main fabric

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Sewing and designing have always been my passions. Last year I started a website to share my creations and inspire others to spark their creative genius. After a few months, I saw I had a good response and decided to start making my own digital patterns.