There's a chill in the air here. (Heck, we even had snow last night. SNOW!) Time to get our the sweaters and sweatshirts and winter jackets. And, of course, we can't forget our little stuffed friends. They get cold, too, right? (Hey, it could happen!)
Last year we had to throw away one of Kay's too-small nightgowns and on a sudden wave of inspiration, I used the sleeve to make a super-easy shirt for her toy dog. No sewing, not even any gluing; just a cut here, a snip there and you're done.
First, cut the sleeve off at the length you want it. Little Lily, our fashionable model here, is small, so we didn't need to make it too long for her.
Then make two holes underneath for the legs (I didn't measure and they're not even really circles, but, so far, I've not heard any complaints from Little Lily, so we're all good!)
Of course Kitty was jealous so we had to make her one too. But did you ever see such stylish friends?!
And that's it. See, super-easy!
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