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Your Fluffy Friends Could Use A Wardrobe Too!
1. Fold your fabric in half and cut out a quarter of a circle on each end where the neck hole and tail will be.
2. Sew (red) about an inch or so around the collar, so that there is a "tunnel" for the elastic to go through.
3. attach the elastic (or ribbon) to a safety pin and feed it from one end to the other, until both ends are protruding from the neckline (blue)
4. hem every raw edge (if you're particular, but this is optional since it's just for your cat
5. Tie elastic, so that it slips over your cats head, but make sure it is not too tight!
6. Apply to cat, pray for success
7. Take photos
8. For the hat, it's pretty open to any sort of cat sized chapeau, as long as you leave ear space. Maybe holes could be cut for the ears to stick out of; I have not tried this yet.

Tips: Do not just grab your cat and force this on them.
Praise and pet them before you put this on your kitty, and then tell them how good they look in it! :)

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William W.
William W.

I love making clothes for my cats. It is not only super funny but, I also like there reaction to them. Some of the cats like wearing clothes. http://washingtoncrossingah.vetstreet.com/

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pittysoares
pittysoares · 6 projects

These are just SO cute xD

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Karen G.
Karen G.

Naomi, Cat without hood is thinking, "Ya know, she has to sleep sometime. Just sayin' one of the other cats hood might come up missing. Bwaaahahahahaaa!"

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Abby W.
Abby W. · Saint Louis, Missouri, MO, United States · 16 projects

These are killing me. So cute!!

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Birgit
Birgit · Antwerp, , Belgium · 4 projects

LOL it's soo funny :D

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kathleenserene
kathleenserene · , New Jersey, United States · 40 projects

I'm looking at these little capes and then at my (terribly, terribly behaved) cat. I am in awe of your ability to force multiple cats to wear these. Right now, my cat is guarding the kitchen, clawing at the ankles of anyone who passes unless they feed her a piece of cheese.

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Naomi T.
Naomi T. · Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

I love how pissed off the cat that is not wearing the hood is. Is it because the cat is not wearing the hood or because it is dressed like that? I foresee my sewing machine whirring away....and wouldn't a matching outfit for the dog who is an English Springer Spaniel/Basset Hound mix be the best?
Thanks for making me laugh!!!

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