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I used an old college lanyard to make a new collar for my dog, Bruce. To start, you need the following items: * One lanyard (must have a ...
First, use the measuring tape to measure the length around your dog’s neck (you can also take an existing collar and measure the length of the fabric from ...
Next, cut the lanyard apart, measure 11 inches of the cord, and cut. (Note: if there is a pattern to the cord, be mindful of where you cut.)
After cutting, take your lighter and slightly burn the edges of the cord. This will make it easier to feed the cord through the buckle, and will prevent ...
Then, slide the key ring and both ends of the plastic buckle onto the cord. Adjust the buckles so that there is 3 inches allowance on the end ...
Pin down the loose edge one the side without the key and sew. I went back and forth a few times with the needle to ensure the strength ...
Pin down the second edge, and sew a seam first directly next to the buckle. Then pull the key ring as close as you can to the new ...
Clip all loose threads, and VOILA! A new collar for gameday! GO DUKES!
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