Pattern and Tutorial: Big Collars! For costumes OR dogs

$8.50


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Digital download (2 PDF)

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Materials

PDF, Printable, Cotton fabric, Fusible Fleece, Buckle, D ring

This tutorial teaches you via pattern and step-by-step photos how to make your very own BIG collar! These are working over-sized collars intended for a fursuit or cosplay costume accessory or can even be made for a pet! You make it yourself!

Easy-on easy-off these BIG 2-inch (50mm) wide collars are easy to use via side release buckle, functional even with costume paws or gloves on! Hang your tags, con badge or other decorations off the nickel-plated D-ring. Matching fabric slider helps keep the excess strap comfortably out of the way. Make it any color and length you want! These are also WASHABLE! Ironable! Easy to maintain!

This listing includes a detailed 20-page tutorial for making and sewing your own Big Collar with step-by-step instructions. Tutorial text is written in English. There is a template for a measured pattern you can *optionally* print. Included is letter-sized (8.5x11 inch) and a4-sized (210x297 mm) formatted PDFs for printing.

Materials needed to make this project
• Cotton fabric
• Fusible Fleece
• Ruler
• Scissors
• Iron that includes a steam function & ironing pad
• Sewing Machine and thread
• one side-release buckle
• one D-ring
• Quilting clips or bulldog clips
• Hand sewing needle

Happy collar making!! I have worked hard to create and test this pattern and write up its tutorial! These collars were designed to be worn by people as a costume accent, but are also a cute feature on larger breed dogs as well! If you are making for an actual animal, I make note within the tutorial where to take special care for a strong collar if yours is going to a pet dog.

It is highly appreciated if you use or adapt these techniques on projects, that you share credit that you learned it right here from Matrices.net using my patterns and guides. That way others can discover my tutorials and make their own collar, too!!


Note: This is a digital download, I will not be sending buyers anything in the mail with this purchase, it is intended to be downloaded so you can enjoy making this project yourself! Thanks for understanding!
This tutorial teaches you via pattern and step-by-step photos how to make your very own BIG collar! These are working over-sized collars intended for a fursuit or cosplay costume accessory or can even be made for a pet! You make it yourself!

Easy-on easy-off these BIG 2-inch (50mm) wide collars are easy to use via side release buckle, functional even with costume paws or gloves on! Hang your tags, con badge or other decorations off the nickel-plated D-ring. Matching fabric slider helps keep the excess strap comfortably out of the way. Make it any color and length you want! These are also WASHABLE! Ironable! Easy to maintain!

This listing includes a detailed 20-page tutorial for making and sewing your own Big Collar with step-by-step instructions. Tutorial text is written in English. There is a template for a measured pattern you can *optionally* print. Included is letter-sized (8.5x11 inch) and a4-sized (210x297 mm) formatted PDFs for printing.

Materials needed to make this project
• Cotton fabric
• Fusible Fleece
• Ruler
• Scissors
• Iron that includes a steam function & ironing pad
• Sewing Machine and thread
• one side-release buckle
• one D-ring
• Quilting clips or bulldog clips
• Hand sewing needle

Happy collar making!! I have worked hard to create and test this pattern and write up its tutorial! These collars were designed to be worn by people as a costume accent, but are also a cute feature on larger breed dogs as well! If you are making for an actual animal, I make note within the tutorial where to take special care for a strong collar if yours is going to a pet dog.

It is highly appreciated if you use or adapt these techniques on projects, that you share credit that you learned it right here from Matrices.net using my patterns and guides. That way others can discover my tutorials and make their own collar, too!!


Note: This is a digital download, I will not be sending buyers anything in the mail with this purchase, it is intended to be downloaded so you can enjoy making this project yourself! Thanks for understanding!

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