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Alter human shirts to fit a dog's body
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oh no! Yes, that's problematic. In stained glasswork, we actually file those shards off cut glass edges. Do it carefully, wear gloves and eye protection, and make sure to support the majority of the glass on a table (on top of a towel, so you don't scratch it) so you don't snap it by applying an accidental fulcrum point. Use a medium-fine grit sanding sponge to eliminate the sharpest parts from any edge that wasn't cut perfectly square.Then try wrapping the edges in a foil tape - there's copper tape used for stained glass work (available at craft stores), or aluminum tape used for duct work (available in home improvement or HVAC stores). Google "wrapping glass edges in foil tape" . Once you do this, I'm sure it will bring you to all sorts of other ideas to solder or add brass channel - or else just cover over that with a more attractive color of gaffer tape or washi tape. Hope you haven't been cut to pieces since then!
A lot of socks are made with elastic for stretch - I cut them open lengthwise and use them to add a stretchable panel to the underside of dog clothing to make them easier to put on and take off my barrel-chested pup.
Make an X-back work apron
Reuse K-Cups as seed starters
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