Quick & Dirty Sewing: Make A Stuffed Dog Toy Free class

Miranda Harper, Seamstress/Costumer

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7 Videos (10m)
    • Welcome to Make a Stuffed Dog Toy

      0:43
    • Supplies

      2:00
    • Making the Case

      2:10
    • Making the Filling and Stuffing

      2:04
    • Finishing

      1:03
    • Wrapping Up

      1:32
    • Closing Credits: aka Killing Time

      0:40

About This Class

Do you have a cloudy, vague idea of what sewing is? Do you have a dog? Does your dog love ripping up toys? Learn to make those toys yourself! It's quick, cheap and Fido will love them!

You'll need:

1 piece of fleece remnant cut to one of three measurements:

-Small dog: 9x8

-Medium dog: 12x18

-Large dog: 20x16

(More in depth on that in video 2!)

1 old tshirt

Poly Fiber-fil

Needle & thread OR sewing machine

Let's get started!

8 of 8 students recommendSee All

Cool class to refine basic sewing skills.
My dogs love their new toys. Great project for a beginning sewer. I put squeakers from already destroyed toys to add interest.
Great quick little toys.

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Miranda Harper

Seamstress/Costumer

We have a Facebook group for Quick & Dirty Sewing. Discuss your projects, ask sewing questions and get FREE referral links:

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Well hey there! My name is Miranda and I teach sewing classes here on Skillshare. I've been sewing for almost 20 years, have degrees in Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising and been a freelance seamstress/designer/tailor for almost 8 years making everything from prom dresses to swim wear to cowboy vests. I also have a day job as a graphic designer and I love to paint, cook, watch comic book TV shows and hang out with my dog.

I think sewing is an incredible skill that everyone should have even if all you do is replace buttons and hem pants. Those things are important. When you take my classes, you'll learn basic skills to transfer to other sewing projects and I'll throw in a few industry tips to make your sewing life easier. Enjoy!