Now it's Jersey's turn to be the model. She's far more tolerant of clothes than Dexter is.

It took me an hour & a half to make this costume and I spent $15 to buy the craft foam. All the other stuff I scavenged from around the house.

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Step 1: Tools & Supplies

You will need – Various coloured sewing thread, a sewing needle, scissors, yellow, red & brown markers, yellow, white & black craft foam, some cheap white cloth, some white fiber stuffing, 3 red pom-poms, a slide lock, some nylon webbing, a large piece of paper, a measuring tape, a hot blue gun and a sewing machine.

You can do all the sewing by hand, if you wish, but it will take a looong time to make the costume.
This is adorable! I really want to make this for my dog. Hopefully he won't tear it up like all the other clothes I've put on him!

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