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How to make a cat tee from a recycled human tee.
Hi, guys! One of my feline friends at You Tube asked me where to get cat clothing, so I made this little video and a pattern for making cat tees from a recycled human tee.
(I know most of us here know where to get clothes, should we want them, but not all cats know about Catster yet! :-O )
I posted my video here on Catster as well: How to Make a Cat Shirt
and here is the pattern
This has a low-cut neck and a loose fit for active cats, and I know the upper belly seam is a bit larger than the lower belly seam, which I will fix in the final pattern, but you can't tell once it's together. The loose fit is also a good pattern to try if you haven't worn clothes before because it's easy to get into.