He certainly does rock that vest look. Hope his vet visit goes well.
Poor little buddy, I hope things go well. The jacket is wonderful, and has the added advantage of being an unforgettable name tag in a busy vets office.
Great work. I’m inspired.
Hope all goes well.
Great idea on the jacket - they both turned out so well! And best of luck at the vet appt!!
Poor guy. I also hope the vet visit goes well. Those puppy coats turned out adorable!
Excellent testing, and I’m sure he’s feeling cozy in his new jacket!
Reuben is better dressed than I am!
These turned out fantastic! Thanks for sharing the settings!
Well, his eye pressure still went up even with the meds. Going to try all options we can first and so we have a consultation next week to see if a surgery can be done that does not remove it. Surely there has to be an option.
Hoping for the best after this bit of bad news.
Thank you! I will certainly update
He is absolutely so precious!!!
I’m sorry to hear that. Is it glaucoma? Do dogs get glaucoma?
Yes, its glaucoma He lost his other eye due to it as well.
These turned out so well! I love them.
I love what you did on the fleece. Did you mask the materials before you put them in the glowforge? Is there something specific you look for when you work with material?
Welcome to the forum.
I am not the OP, but I will say I have used her methods and settings on similar fabric. There is no need to mask.
I do not mask polyester fabric. When working with fabric I stick with polyester based fabric
So I am looking at your other projects. They are amazing. The onesie you created out of faux suede was polyester? What settings did you use for it? Like I asked before, I don’t have to worry about pre-treated chemicals that the fabric may come with?
I am really looking forward to learning a lot from you, [I hope you don’t mind]!
Yup! Here is my post on polyester