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Free Dog Clothes Patterns - Page 2
A collection of the best free Dog Clothes Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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Winter Dog Boots
Domestik Goddess
10 Minute Dog Boots
Collar Bandana
Roses are Blue
Spider Dog Costume
Martha Stewart
Weather Resistant
Easy Dog Sweater
More dog clothes sewing tips:

Since dog clothes can be quite small, making clothes for your doggie can be a great way to use up larger scraps of
fabric you may have leftover from other projects. And you can even utilize smaller scraps of fabric for trims and

And since pattern pieces for dog clothes tend to be much smaller than those for human clothing, accuracy when
cutting out your fabric pieces is a must. Therefore, you may want to try this technique for clothes that use pattern
templates: instead of cutting your pattern templates from paper, try cutting them from stiff cardboard (like
chipboard). Then lay your cardboard templates onto your fabric and trace around them. Then cut your fabric along
the lines you've drawn.

And if you're making a clothing item for more of a utilitarian purpose - something you expect your dog to wear
regularly (like a coat), be sure to make the item from a more durable fabric (perhaps denim or canvas or a
weatherproof fabric) so that the item will last through many wearings (and washings). And if you do plan to launder
your finished item, remember to preshrink your fabric so the item will still fit your doggie after it's washed.
Harness Top
A One Stop Shop
Recycled Dog Sweater
Wool Cardigan Dog
Martha Stewart
Jeans Pocket Doggie
Sew Doggy Style
Dog Dress
Dog Booties
Underdog Cape
Doggie Tutu and
Puffy Bow
Internet Archive
Upcycled Dog Leg
Sew Doggy Style