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Fleece Could we have a patterns sticky?

lost_lover

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I really do not have patterns but I know that I am always searching back through the threads looking for other people's patterns. Maybe people could post their patterns or links to threads with them?

Obviously someone else would need to do whatever it is to make something a sticky. Really probably just make a new thread without my weird intro lol.
 

pigger123

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Do you mean patterns as in tutorials for sewing stuff?
 

NikkisPigs

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I like that idea! I could definitely use a nice page to look back to to make new things for my piggies ^_^
 

Starthecavy123

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[MENTION=31790]guineapigcraz27[/MENTION] some people just make strips of fleece then just tie the ends on a grid.
 

Party Guineas

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I have a thread to make a cuddle cup: https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum/threads/17507-How-to-Make-a-Cuddle-Cup-(requires-sewing)
And does any body have a good instructions on how to make a fleece forests? I have always wanted to get one of those but their kinda pricey on the fleece store.

I just took two plywood strips, attached velcro strips to them and to two fleece rectangles, long enough to dangle to the floor on both sides and the length of the plywood, cut strips into the fleece, and viola! The plywood lies across the top of the grids - I attached some string with tape at the ends of the plywood to tie the wood onto the grids for extra security. I hope that makes sense?

And yes, please! This would be great!
 

guineapigcraz27

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I just took two plywood strips, attached velcro strips to them and to two fleece rectangles, long enough to dangle to the floor on both sides and the length of the plywood, cut strips into the fleece, and viola! The plywood lies across the top of the grids - I attached some string with tape at the ends of the plywood to tie the wood onto the grids for extra security. I hope that makes sense?

And yes, please! This would be great!

Thanks it makes perfect sense! I just I have stop of a Joanns and get more fleece.
 

guineapigcraz27

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If you want step by step instructions for the tunnel just scroll down some and you'll see them.
 

Princess_Piggie

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I make my fleece forest/hideaway a little different to most. I get a strip the width of a grid, and the length of three. Divide it up : Untitled and cut the two end panels in to nine strips. I make two of these, put one horizontally and one vertically, and you can see the "finished product" in this picture DSCF4953

I suppose mine's more hidey than forest, but you could always tie strips to the centre of the grid and have an interior forest. I prefer having a "roof" because my girls seem to feel much more secure in it.
 
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