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Halloween Pet Projects

October 10, 2017 in News, Projects

Halloween is right around the corner! You are already planning how your decorations, your family’s costumes and your house party. What about your four-legged friends? Don’t forget them on this spook-tacular holiday. Get them in the Halloween spirit with these howlingly fun projects!

Tiny Dancer

Forget Swan Lake, your dancing dog is now a prima ballerina ready to take the stage at your Halloween gathering. Create this bright ballerina costume to see them dazzle and prance before your eyes.

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See how its made with these easy to follow instructions here

Fierce Lion

Is this ferocious feline the king of the jungle or just the king of the couch? This simple sewing project on gorilla fur makes an adorable headpiece for your cat to wear during all of our Halloween festivities.

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See the official instructions to get started here!

Taco Dog

Did you know Halloween is on a Tuesday this year? That means it is Taco Tuesday AND Halloween! Luckily everyone loves tacos — even dogs! Set up your Baby Lock Serger to create this tasty costume. It’ll be all the talk on the street even without the food truck around!

Supplies List:

  • Baby Lock® Triumph Serger
  • Baby Lock Sewing machine
  • Circular ruler for cutting the shape
  • 1/3 yard of yellow Cuddle® fabric from Shannon Fabrics for the taco shell
  • 1 Light green cotton fat quarter for the lettuce
  • 3 felt 12” x 18” sections in brown for the beans, gold for the cheese, and red for the tomatoes
  • Baby Lock Shape Flex Stabilizer
  • Madeira® Cotona sewing thread to match the fabric
  • 4 Spools of Serging threads
  • Hot Melt Glue Gun with glue sticks
  • Hand sewing needle
  • Basic sewing supplies

‘Taco’ about a pretty cool project. Learn how its made here.

Bonus Project: Halloween Pet Mat

Even though your pet can’t wear this Halloween project it is a great decoration for your home and for her to enjoy! Using a built-in design on your Baby Lock sewing and embroidery machine you can embroider a dish drying mat to create a place for your pet to eat, drink and be scary during this frightful holiday season.

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Don’t wait to get started on this project. See the instructions here

Want even more Halloween projects to create to celebrate this Fab-boo-lous holiday? Visit here

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