This DIY is so cheap (less than $5) and easy, you can fashion as many tees as you'd like for your furry friend. Soon enough, he/she will have more shirts than you do! If your dog is 15 pounds or less, get a newborn-sized onesie. If they are 15 and above, use a 3 months size.
Put the onesie on your dog (with the graphic side on the back) to see where you'll need to cut and hem the bottom of the shirt.
With the shirt inside out, trace a straight line where the shirt will be cut.
Following along the line you traced, carefully cut the bottom portion of the onesie off.
If you are using a sewing machine, begin sewing a hem in the bottom of your shirt the way you would with any other garment. If you are sewing by hand (the route I took), cut a small slit into the sides of the already sewn seam. Then, gently fold up about 1/8 inch of fabric and start sewing. Start from the inside of the shirt so that when you sew the hem, the thread is visible on the outside of the shirt.
Repeat the pattern until both the front and back have been sewn. (This can take up to an hour or so if you are doing by hand.)
Tighten the thread so it stays in place, cut off excess thread pieces and then put on your dog! Quick, easy and a cute way to keep your doggy stylish!
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