DIY No-sew Dog Bed Out Of A Throw Blanket! by aymes moore - Musely
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DIY No-sew Dog Bed Out Of A Throw Blanket!

posted in DIY & Crafts
10/13/2014
  • This tutorial is also unique because you can make the dog bed have its own attached blanket easily.
    This tutorial is also unique because you can make the dog bed have its own attached blanket easily.
  • This was my favorite throw blanket ever. It was super soft and just my size. I loved the different textures and the look of it.
    This was my favorite throw blanket ever. It was super soft and just my size. I loved the different textures and the look of it.
  • Then, the damage occurred from a puppy initiated game or two of tug of war, also known as "Put my favorite blanket down!",  gone wrong. I refused to let this soft thing go, however.
    Then, the damage occurred from a puppy initiated game or two of tug of war, also known as "Put my favorite blanket down!", gone wrong. I refused to let this soft thing go, however.
  • To make your dog bed you need a big bag of fluff, a throw blanket made from two pieces of fabric, and a pair of scissors. (I also used half a small bag of fluff too but I think I overfilled it a bit.)
    To make your dog bed you need a big bag of fluff, a throw blanket made from two pieces of fabric, and a pair of scissors. (I also used half a small bag of fluff too but I think I overfilled it a bit.)
  • As you can see both my animals were very weary of what I was doing to the blanket they had claimed. Next, decide what size you want your dog bed to be. I just went for the halfway point where the dog bite marks were. I cut my blanket in line at that point.
    As you can see both my animals were very weary of what I was doing to the blanket they had claimed. Next, decide what size you want your dog bed to be. I just went for the halfway point where the dog bite marks were. I cut my blanket in line at that point.
  • Now, cut strips that are long enough for you to tie. Mine were about 1 1/2 inch strips. I could of made them a little longer too.
    Now, cut strips that are long enough for you to tie. Mine were about 1 1/2 inch strips. I could of made them a little longer too.
  • I pulled the knots through on just one side for a clean look. Cross a strip from the bottom to the opposite top side and knot. Then, pull the other bottom strip up and tie it with the other top strip. These knots will go on top of each other.
    I pulled the knots through on just one side for a clean look. Cross a strip from the bottom to the opposite top side and knot. Then, pull the other bottom strip up and tie it with the other top strip. These knots will go on top of each other.
  • Leave yourself a hole to stuff.  My dog was not budging.
    Leave yourself a hole to stuff. My dog was not budging.
  • When you can't stuff anymore move the dog.
    When you can't stuff anymore move the dog.
  • Now, make your last few knots and you have a beautiful seam with an un-stuffed blanket attached that they can use to cuddle under when it gets chilly.
    Now, make your last few knots and you have a beautiful seam with an un-stuffed blanket attached that they can use to cuddle under when it gets chilly.

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