You will need
  • centimeter;
  • - threads;
  • - the material for the shaft;
  • - felt;
  • - pins;
  • - needles;
  • - the material for soles;
  • - gum.
Determine the size of the paws dogs. This can be done by circling the limb of a pencil on a piece of paper. Then measure the resulting template by inch. Necessary to determine the size of both pairs of legs because the front slightly more than rear. Measure also the height from the feet to the carpal joint and the width of the shaft.
Build patterns. For feet will fit the template by which you measure your foot and add 1 cm for seam allowance. The pattern for the shaft is done as follows: draw a rectangle equal to the height length feet up to the carpal joint, and a maximum width size of the shaft. Be sure to add 1cm for seam allowance (for large dogs 2 cm). Mark the location of the joints. If you fix the shoes you'll be using elastic bands, then add to the pattern the length of the drawstring (it is equal to the width of the rubber bands 1 cm).
Cut out the pattern pieces and baste to the fabric with light stitching or attach with pins. Now the pattern cutting of the workpiece for sewing boots.
Sew the sole. As the primary layer take durable rubberized material, sew it to the felt, and the inner part of the sole run from a soft knitted material to the paws comfortable. To avoid soaking the soles in rainy weather, cover the edges with glue and attach the cellophane. Decorate the sole large stitches of colored thread.
Shape shaft. If you plan to use the boots in a cool time of year, use 2 layers of matter. Inside vsheyte soft material and cover it with a top fabric that does not absorb moisture. To the top of the shaft sew drawstring and insert elastic bands for fixing. To protect the toes and heel from injuries, panel these places on boots of solid material.