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One of the main reasons that I started sewing was to make harnesses for Sammy, so it means a lot to me to post this tutorial. Here is my tutorial to make a basic harness vest. I’ve included the patterns that I use for Sammy and Loki, which you can enlarge or reduce as you wish until you have the perfect template for your dog.
Photo provided by Pexels Free Dog Clothes Patterns: Dog vest harness patterns. These are great to make with recycled denim. Leave the edges rough. Can even use an old t-shirt for the bottom layer and again don't bother to saw...leave it rough. Photo provided by PexelsPhoto provided by PexelsPhoto provided by Pexels
This is my newest project using recycled items. I am using more of the left over sheet that you might recognize from my . I am also using leftover flannel fabric from one of my quilting projects and an old key ring for the leash clip. I found the pattern for this dog harness pattern over at .If you don’t want to pay custom fees for your harness, especially with extra large, extra small or otherwise out of standard size dogs, make your own. This page will help you make a recreational sledding, weight pulling, carting or walking harness. If you have a very large/very small dog you’ll have to adjust the patterns accordingly, but these should get you started. (Larger dogs might need wider web- 1 1/2″ and smaller dogs narrower- 3/4″, for instance.)Sew Mama Sew- Kimono Dog Harness (DIY Tutorial & Pattern) --- I've been staring at this pattern for months and FINALLY made it for my 5lb chihuahua. Had to make a few adjustments to the pattern, but overall it was fantastic and I think I'll even make a few more.Jill Myslinski uses her time away from her busy restaurant ( in Salisbury, Maryland) to sew and create outside of the kitchen. She designed this cute and functional Kimono Dog Harness Tutorial for her dog, and wanted to share it with you and your dog too. You can download your free PDF today! Visit Jill’s for more, and if you think you can use the pattern give Jill a big THANKS! in the comments…I have made each of these harnesses, minus the walking harness. I took the pattern off one I bought. Sizes given are for an ‘average’ sized dog- ie, my Lucy. She is about 55 lbs and 19.5″ tall. You’ll want to make adjustments for your individual dog. The best way to do it is by making a mock up harness out of strips of old sheets or something. You’ll be able to make the most perfect harness for your dog.* This is a good time to fit the harness on your dog. Make sure the rings line up. Make sure it is snug, but not tight. Wrap the left side flap over the right and line up the rings. The shoulder straps should just meet in the middle. Adjust if necessary and stitch them down just as before in the binding ditch. Refer to the pattern for a reference mark.