Fursuit Prop Pattern: Dog Muzzle + Tutorial

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Too much barking? Just can't stop talking in fursuit? Might bite? Maybe you or a friend needs a muzzle!

This is a sewing pattern and tutorial on how to make a fursuit-sized muzzle. It includes notes on adjusting the size to fit shorter or broader muzzled fursuit masks as well. The pattern and accompanying visual tutorial demonstrates making a mesh muzzle like pictured, but you can use any fun fabric (such as cotton print, fleece, etc.) as well! This pattern was designed to have the appearance of an actual dog muzzle.

The pattern itself is 2 pages, designed to be printed on 8.5x11 inch printer paper. It includes 3 tutorial images (with text in English) describing cutting, bias tape, and final assembly.

Supplies needed:
Printer (to print the pattern!)
Mesh fabric (about 10 x 24 inches used)
Bias Tape (about 75 inches used)
Slider or Buckle (1)
Webbing for straps (about 40 inches used)
Sewing Machine
Clips or Pins
Helpful but not required:
Cutting mat
Rotary cutter
Straight edge

This pattern is intended as a silly and fun fursuit prop and is not designed for use on real animals. Be smart! This prop does close the mouth of the fursuit, so a path of ventilation may be cut off and may restrict your duration of wear during each outing!

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Sep 12, 2015 by Tammy Shores

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