The National Parks collection has been a favorite at the Riley Blake offices, and we are always looking to cook up new project ideas just so we can play some more with this fun fabric!
The National Parks collection features large 36″ panels, the smaller poster print seen here, and many fun parks themed coordinates.
The poster print comes with a black or tan border, and highlights all of our amazing national parks.
I decided a Doggy Bandana was in order for Timberwolf, our favorite little adventurer. Tim loves to go on hikes and run through the mountainside trails near our home.
There couldn’t be a more perfect accessory for this fun pup, and the best part is, it is EASY to make!
I followed this quick and easy TUTORIAL by The Parker Project. The instructions are clear and easy to follow – perfect for a beginner sewist.
The bandana slides right over the dog’s existing collar and can be worn in front, to the side, or toward the back. Here you can get a better look at how it fits over the collar. I love this feature because it makes it easy to slide on and off.
You could quickly whip up a stack of these and have a different bandana for every day and every occasion!
It looks like Timberwolf (or “Tim” as we like to call him) is feeling pretty satisfied with his new bandana!
Check out the FREE TUTORIAL, courtesy of The Parker Project, and start making your very own Over-the-Collar Doggy Bandanas today!
Officially licensed National Parks fabric, from Anderson Design Group, is available enow at your favorite local and online quilt shops. Pick up yours today and share your makes with us on Instagram using #nationalparksfabric, #rileyblakedesgins, #iloverileyblake, and tag us @rileyblakedesgins.
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