Do you adore cute doggies wearing accessories like a bow tie? You can make this DIY bow tie dog collar for your adorable pet or for your friend’s dog. So to learn how, follow the instructions here and add this to your sewing projects.
Bow Tie Dog Collar | Get Your Pup OOTD-Ready With This Sewing Project
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Everyone likes to see their dog wearing a bowtie. They are so cute to look at. So, if you’re one of those obsessed of dressing up your dog, you clicked the right page. Thanks to HandmadeHome’s channel for sharing this tutorial on how to make a bow tie dog collar in a very easy and simple way. Check out the steps below and make one for your dog.
Here are the things you’ll need:
Step 1. Cut a rectangular piece of fabric
Cut a rectangular piece out of your fabric, and fold the edges in.
Step 2. Sew the edges
Fold the rectangular fabric in half and hand sew all edges together to close. The measurement of the bow tie will depend on the size of your dog (If you pleat it together in the middle, you can see your cute bow tie).
Step 3. Cut a long piece of bias binding
Next, get your bias binding. Make sure to get the measurement of your dog’s neck. Cut the bindings reducing from the exact measurement of the neck, so you’ll have space to put on your elastic.
Step 4. Cut a short piece of bias binding
Cut a short piece of binding to put on the middle of the bow tie.
Step 5. Sew the elastic to the bias binding
Sew the elastic at both ends to the bias binding. Fold it in half and sew the top edges along the way to the other side to cover the ends of the elastic.
Step 6. Make the bow tie
To pleat the bow tie together, get the shorter piece of bias binding and wrap it around. Make it nice and tight, then stitch it to close.
Step 7. Attach the bow tie and the collar
Now that your have your bow tie, it’s time to put it all together. Find the middle of the collar and place your bow tie on top and stitch together. Now you’re done… Your dog is excited and ready to wear his new bow tie.
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