Your pet will surely stand out in the crowd with a custom pet bandana! Check these projects from Spoonflower employees to inspire your furry friend's neckwear.
For a Halloween bandana for Fozzi, Suz used vintage designs and Fill-A-Yard to create 9 bandanas for under $3.
Amy made a tie-dye dog bandana for Stella. Find out how along with our other recommendations for tie-dye projects here.
Lee’s pup Val is twinning with the husky fabric on a no-sew dog bandana. To create your own, just cut the bandana triangle using pinking shears and tie.
Making a cat toy is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Cut out the toy shape from the cut-and-sew fabric.
With right sides facing each other, stitch around the perimeter of the toy leaving an opening to fill.
Flip the sewn toy inside out using something pointy like a chopstick to help. Stuff with polyester fiberfill sprinkled with catnip and sew the opening closed.
We were just feline like you all might like to meet a few of the Spoonflower team cats, so allow us to introduce you.
Cats make the best sewing assistants! Sarah’s cat Roscoe helps her with her handmade dress for Me Made May.
Anna’s friend Kylo Ren the cat chilling out with his handmade catnip toy.