Dog Clothes

Some of the cutest, hand-made dog outfits you'll ever find! ANYWHERE!
PLUS
A free sewing pattern for you DIY'ers


Free dog clothes pattern

complete with instruction and video!


Bark! What's in your closet? Mia Baby on the right is modeling one of the cutest mermaid dresses! This dog dress was made with love by Miss Irene Kerley!

Irene's dog clothes designs are some of the cutest and most well made outfits we've seen! She makes them with care right from her home! And her prices are very reasonable!

She gets rave reviews!

If you'd like to see your little one dressed in high style, contact Irene on her facebook page... Bark! What's in Your Closet?

She'd be more than happy to hear from you and custom make an outfit, a dog dress or dog pajamas just for you!

Below are more examples of her work.

cute initial dog dress hand made by Irene Kerley. A high heel and ruffled skirt with bow complete this doggie summer dress.
Jean vest dog jacket with leather flowers. Modeled by a cute Yorkshire Terrier looking up with white bow.
peacock colorful dog dress, hand made with bow and applique.
Halloween dog dress. Green, purple, black and orange. Plus a matching hat!
Flower girl dog dress perfect for a wedding or any formal occasion or celebration! Would also make a cute dog birthday dress!


Here is the free dog clothes pattern I promised!

Dog hoodie patternMake your own dog clothes! This Dog Hoodie pattern uses repurposed material you already have!

This pattern for dog hoodie pajamas has 4 legs and was designed by me with my hairless dogs in mind.

In this sewing and dog pajamas pattern demonstration I am repurposing a t shirt, however you could fashion the same outfit with any nice piece of unfinished material. Use any stretchy fabric or cotton knit and they would would work just as fabulously with this pattern! A lot more trimming would be required, however.

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