I was super duper excited about offering another tutorial. Because I've got the fucking patents on drilling holes in 4x4s and screwing walls.
I was at Joann's a few weekends ago, buying fleece fabric because Savannah has destroyed all 400 beds that she gets to lay on unsupervised. She digs into them in an attempt to reshape them. After duct-taping the last one's shredded fabric and pulling out the chunks of foam, I realized that I didn't want anyone to walk into my house and think that I was supplying my dogs such a fucking ugly bed. So, piles of fleece it is.
Anyways, while wandering for the fluffiest fleece, I stumbled upon the tulle. I have no use for this stuff, never really thought about it before. I make neither tu-tus nor those weird tulle wreaths. But I thought that by layering the mesh, I could have a fabulous fly boot option. I'll keep this (somewhat) brief.
|Measured, cut and folded.|
|Sewed pieces together and along the diagonal, for stability. Added fleece remnants to the top for comfort.|
|Added industrial velcro and secured with additional fleece. Also, FYI, sewing through something with an adhesive back will fuck up your needle and cause your machine to make angry noises. Since my machine is a mini, it growled like a kitten.|
|Little big, but seemed secure!|
|And the next morning. :(|