Skip the pet store and make your own dog leash.

Tutorial to make your own dog leash and collar.
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To make your very own Dog Leash or any of the above projects, stop by the Ribbon Retreat where you will find ALL of the supplies you need plus more!
Skip the pet store and make your own dog leash.
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New pet owners quickly learn that all the supplies you need for your new furry friend add up fast. So we found a way to make a pet leash station that is personalized and under $20 to make. This dog leash station includes a place to store dog bags, treats, a collar and a leash. Skip the pet store and make your own dog leash.
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There's a super tutorial over at Sew 4 Home that teaches you how to make a dog collar and leash using jacquard ribbon and webbing. Now you can sew your own version of this. Of course there are many lovely ribbons in the world, but I think your poochie would be especially happy walking around in one my designs. Especially if he's very frugal, likes to golf, and lives in a camper. You can get these at Fat Quarter Shop (sold by the yard) or at J Caroline Creative (sold by the roll).There's a super tutorial over at Sew 4 Home that teaches you how to make a dog collar and leash using jacquard ribbon and webbing. Now you can sew your own version of this. Of course there are many lovely ribbons in the world, but I think your poochie would be especially happy walking around in one my designs. Especially if he's very frugal, likes to golf, and lives in a camper. You can get these at Fat Quarter Shop (sold by the yard) or at J Caroline Creative (sold by the roll).There's a super tutorial over at Sew 4 Home that teaches you how to make a dog collar and leash using jacquard ribbon and webbing. Now you can sew your own version of this. Of course there are many lovely ribbons in the world, but I think your poochie would be especially happy walking around in one my designs. Especially if he's very frugal, likes to golf, and lives in a camper. You can get these at Fat Quarter Shop (sold by the yard) or at J Caroline Creative (sold by the roll).Many rope leads use traditional nautical splicing and whipping techniques, but today we’re going to employ a bit of a shortcut! (If you want to learn how to splice rope, there are tons of video tutorials on YouTube.) So, are you ready to make your own rope dog leash? Awesome. Pawesome. Here’s what you’ll need!Save money by making your own rope dog leash. This would be a fun DIY pet project you can make anytime. If you're looking for a stylish leash, make one.So you have finished the cobra weave of your dog leash and you are now ready to make the handle. So at this point there should be a bend and the top and the cobra knot with its working ends should be coming down towards the bend.