The only regret that I have with making this costume is that I didn't use interfacing on the back of the leaves to make them stiffer. Interfacing is pretty cheap and you can get fusible stuff that sticks to the fabric with some ironing.
FYI - Like any piece of dog clothing, supervise your dog when it is wearing this costume. Before you go out on Halloween with your dog, practice wearing the costume and walking with it on. That way you'll BOTH have a fun Halloween!
Step 1: Tools And Supplies
Step 2: Measuring Your Dog
1- shoulder blades to the begining of the rumo
2 - the middle of the chest to the begining of the back leg
3 - chest circumference.
Yeah, I know that Jersey looks impressed....
Step 3: Cutting The Foam Balls
Step 4: Preparing The Half Circles For Spraying
Spread out newspapers on a flat surface and place the foam balls on it, flat side down.
Step 5: Painting The Half Circles
Step 6: Measuring the Yellow Cloth
Step 7: Cutting the Belly Straps
Step 8: Measuring & Cutting Out the Corn Leaves
Step 9: Adding Velcro To the Leaves
Step 10: Pinning The Costume Together
Step 11: Sewing The Belly Straps
Step 12: Sewing The Leaves Part One
Step 13: Sewing The Leaves Part Two
Step 14: Adding Velcro To The Belly Straps
Step 15: Gluing The Foam Half Circles
If you need a stronger attachment for the foam half circles, you can take a thick thread and darning needle and sew the half circles to the fabric.
So that's it, that's all. You now have your very own "corn dog" for halloween!