For the third day of our 10th Annual Handmade Holidays series, we put together several gift ideas to make for your pets, plus another great giveaway!
Dog Collar and Leash Set
Show off your pet’s style with this boutique collar and leash set designed by Alicia for Sew 4 Home.
Tweed Dog Coat
Your dog will look great and be snug and warm on walks in this tweed coat designed by Goli for Makezine.
Catnip Cat Toys
Fill this cute mouse toy (designed by “eclemo” for Woman’s Weekly) with stuffing and a pinch of catnip to give your furry feline a very happy holiday.
Every pet loves a warm and cozy place to curl up and take a nap so this DIY dog bed (designed by Brett for Design Sponge) is the perfect gift.
Make this adorable and unique cat bed (designed by Kate of See Kate Sew) for your cat this winter and they are sure to stay warm and cozy!
No-Sew Dog Toys
These dog toys (designed by Alicia of Felt With Love Designs) are upcycled from old t-shirts (although you could also use fleece or flannel scraps!) and super quick to make.
Kimono Dog Harness
Make a soft, stylish harness (designed by Jill for Sew Mama Sew) for your dog instead of the boring, store-bought designs.
Christmas Stocking Dog Toy
Make this fun, felt dog toy (designed by Stephanie of Swoodson Says) for your dog and fill it with treats for hours of playtime!
Santa Claus Dog Outfit
This year, surprise the kids and dress up your dog as Santa (pattern designed by Mimi of Mimi and Tara)!
Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US shipping only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies that contribute prizes.
(US/Canada shipping only.)
Author: Liz Johnson and Anne Adams
Publisher: Fons & Porter
Hit the town, office or schoolyard with these one-of-a-kind bags and totes! In this handy beginner’s guide, the experts behind Sew4Home.com show you how to create ten hip projects, from clutches and shoulder bags to a slick yoga mat sling and a vintage kids’ book bag. No paper patterns required!
Throughout Sew4Home Bags and Totes, you’ll find step-by-step instructions and sewing tutorials. Learn to make ruffles, fussy cut fabric, add an inset zipper, and other design details to give your bag a professional finish. Thanks to authors Liz Johnson and Anne Adams, learning to sew trend-setting bags and totes has never been easier or more fashionable!
Check out our 2015 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.
Here are our 2016 themes:
We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.