No Sew African Print Dog Bed
Easy Decorating with African Printed Cloth No-Sew Doggy Bed.
Love this simple DIY no-sew African print doggy bed, it's such a cute way to spruce up your home.In the designing world, you might feel an atmosphere of intimidation when trying to learn to make a project with a sewing machine with 1,000 different features. You may not even own a sewing machine because the prices are just ridiculous. Here are some creative ways to get around it.
Fusible webbing is a sheet-type adhesive used to bond layers of fabric without sewing. You may see the name advertised as heat n bond, wonder under and other brands.
You will find no-sew fusible webbing in sheets, rolls or by the yard online and in fabric and crafts stores in heavy and lightweight weights. Heavyweight is to fuse medium to heavyweight fabrics, lightweight fusible webbing is for lightweight materials.
Lay 1/2 yard of African print fabric pretty side down on your work surface then lay the other ½ yard pretty side up on top. Fold the edge of the fabric in a 1/2” seam all the long ends and iron.
Fold one more time, another 1/2” and iron. Cut a strip of the fusible webbing to size, width and length of the seam and place it between the layers of fabric, and iron on with steam. Run the iron back and forth a few times and make sure it is stuck together.
Repeat on the two other sides. On the 4th side start stuffing the bed. Here you can use the pillow stuffing and or old clothing you no longer wear. Once stuffed to your dog’s liking iron in the same manner as the other three sides and a fabulous and comfortable DIY dog bed made without any sewing!
Bonus No-Sew African Print Patterns for African Print Table Runner and Place-mats.
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