Diy cat hammock – There is hardly anything better than lying in a hammock on late summer days, something this cat really agrees with. Therefore, it got its own hammock adapted to its cat size. The problem was just how it would get into it. For this the cat is very bad. Normally, cats are major balance artists, but when the surface is moving and quite erratic, the challenge became a bit bigger. After several months of repeated attempts, the cat finally found a method that worked, and today it jumps up in the hammock – easy as nothing. But, how to make cat hammock? Doing a cat hammock is an excellent project to do alone or with your children.
You will have made a comfortable resting place for your pet with just some basic supplies. As long as you have a sewing machine handy, the total cost of the project should be quite low. And building diy cat hammock will only take a couple of hours of your time. Do you need: bag of high loft batting, scissors, thanksgiving scissors, coils. Also pins, ribbons, sewing machine, key ring hooks and pillowcase. Firstly, slide a pillowcase inside and lay it on a flat surface on top of two layers of high loft water. Two, Trim the water all the way around. You want to wade to be a bit smaller than pillowcases in themselves, but not much.
Three, turn the pillowcase back to its original orientation. Keep batting in place while reversing pillowcases. So that water ends up inside the case. Four, his pillowcase closes with your sewing machine. Sew the entire circumference of the pillowcase a few inches from the edge-no more than 3 or 4 inches. Doing this will keep the water safe in the washing machine. Five, Sew a design in the top of pillowcases, if desired. This can be anything you want and will further secure water for pillowcases. Six, cut four 4-inch long pieces of ribbon with tacking scissors. These will be used to hang diy cat hammock.
Seven, fold each of the bands in two, make a loop. Attach a loop to each of the four corners by sewing it for pillowcases. Last, hang the diy cat hammock into the cat’s cage. These by hitting hook through each of the loops and attach them to the cat’s cage or a pet carrier. If none of these is an option, it can hung from most wire structures-shelves. For example – as long as hooks can attached just be sure the shelves can carry the weight of the cat. If everything else fails, or if your cat is not susceptible to using a hammock, you can always put it on the floor where it will still make a comfortable bed. So at least your work will not go to play.