Make a Cute Memory Dog from Old Clothes

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New Fabrics Work Too!

Old clothing makes a sweet and cuddly memory dog, whether from a loved one or outgrown children’s clothes. Or match the dog to a gift quilt by using leftovers from making the quilt.

You can also start with new fabrics in a combination you love. Both kids and adults love this cute pooch and will be happy to have their own.

16" Memory Dog Pattern

The finished dog, designed by Amy Jobst, is approximately 16 inches from the top of the head to a toe and 13 inches tall when sitting.

16" Memory Dog Pattern

You’ll find a video showing how to make the dog here.

Polyfil is used for the stuffing and the plastic noses and eyes can be purchased here (fusible applique or embroidery should be used to create noses and eyes on dogs for small children).

Click here to purchase the “16” Memory Dog Pattern.”


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