About this course
This is the first lesson in the free 5-part mini-course with lessons, tips and tricks on how to sew dog coats. This lesson is all about how to measure your dog so you can make a custom-fit coat that is comfortable whether you have a barrel-chested or deep-chested dog. With four simple measurements you can make a coat with enough room around the neck and belly and be sure that the belly band is in the right position.
I'll teach you how to measure:
After you've watched the video tutorial, download the step-by-step PDF instructions here.
Would you like a free dog coat pattern to sew for your dog, just send mean email to email@example.com and let me know which pattern size you select during this lesson, and I will send it to you.
In this lesson, I will teach you how to correctly measure your dog for the perfect custom-fit coat.
I will teach you how to:
I'll also tell you how you can get a FREE dog coat pattern to make a dog coat while you practice these skills.
In this lesson, I will teach you how to sew reflective piping into your dog coat.
I will cover:
In this lesson, I will teach you how to cut a hole into your dog coat. I know it's a scary thought to put a hole into something you've worked so hard to create. But don't worry in the next lesson I'll teach you how to create a rain flap to cover it.
I will cover:
As promised, in this lesson I am going to teach you how to make a rain flap to cover the leash opening you created in the last lesson. I will cover:
In this last lesson I am going to show you how to create an adjustable belt for your dog coat. This is a wonderful way to help secure the coat closure. I will cover: