Do not miss the simple of these steps and learn how to make a monogrammed dog beds without having to sew. Measure the size of your dog, usually the beds is made doubling their length so they can move comfortably. When you have that measurement, cut two rectangles of cloth remembering that you must leave an extra space on all four sides to make the knots with which you will seal the bed. For a small dog two pieces of a meter will suffice. Place both pieces of fabric one on top of the other with the inner side of the fabric facing down, that is, on both sides you can see the side of the fabric you want to be predominant.
Monogrammed dog beds design, measure with a ruler to begin trimming the fringes that will serve to tie the bed. Ideally, all is the same thickness and the same length so that the bed is as accurate as possible. Some people prefer to do this step without the use of a ruler but for greater security and for aesthetic reasons we recommend using one. The fringes can measure between 1 and 2 cm depending on the size of the bed we are building and the fill that we use.
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At the end of trimming the fringes, begin to knot one side by taking one of the fringes of the bottom layer and tying it with a double knot to its counterpart in the upper layer. Make sure the knot is sturdy. If you are going to use fabric fillers, chopped foam or anything else that is loose, tie three of the four sides of your cushion bed with these double knots and leave one side open to place the stuffing. In case you are using a complete piece of foam or a pillow you can separate the layers before tying the knots and do this procedure around the filling. Tie the side that was left free the same way you did the rest and that’s it! You already have an easy monogrammed dog beds and are seams.