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These dog collar scarves slide onto the collar of your fur baby.
They are customizable to any size pet and any size collar.
You'll need a small square of fabric, with the size depending upon the size of the dog. My formula is as follows: to determine the size you need, meas...
You'll start by tucking in the ends. Fold in two opposing corners. The size of the fold depends upon the width of the collar. If you don't have the co...
Stitch down the corner folds, running a stitch just inside the fold.
Next, fold the scarf in half, right sides together, aligning the two remaining (unstitched) corners. Stitch along the raw edges.
Next, turn the scarf right-side-out, using the opening in the folded corner.
Align and press the seams.
Next, you'll need to run a stitch parallel to the top fold. This should be wide enough to fit the collar. Basically, the stitch should run from folded...
If you have fancy stitches on your machine, you can dress up the edges.
Next, feed one end of the collar through the opening in the scarf. As long as the opening is wide enough, the collar should slide through easily. And...
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