Charlie's one of three dogs in a house ruled by cats, who constantly roll their eyes at his shenanigans. A few of them like him, but they'll never admit that. The cats are no doubt glad he's around though, to wear stuff like this when mom needs a model.
The bandana on this page is in the typical "V" configuration, but my favorite for Charlie, since he's pretty little, is the smaller bandana on Page 5.
Bandana Making SuppliesFabric yardage varies depending on the size of the dog. See Page 2.
- Long strips of flannel or other cotton fabric in varying widths. I used 1-1/4" - 1-3/4" strips, but Charlie's pretty little. Cut wider strips for large dogs. (See note about seam allowances on page 2)
- Lining fabric.
- A few inches of Velcro
- Scissors made for clipping the seams of rag quilts -- or any pair of sharp scissors.
- Sewing machine, sewing thread, straight pins and your other regular sewing equipment.