* Cat Tent Update

Posted on May 10th, 2007 by becket. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


Hi- Becket here for a quick update on the cat tent. Maitreya has been asked about how to make the tent and I realized that I never included information on the pattern that I followed. My bad! So, hopefully this will help all of you who would like to make one of these tents for your kitty at home. I used the Simplicity pattern 9004.
I’ve included a picture of the pattern cover below because I thought that the cat inside of the “fish tent” was absolutely hilarious!!!

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6 Responses to “Cat Tent Update”

  1. kristin Says:

    I love it, we (my boyfriend and i) were wondering how you made it. Our cat goes crazy over her store bought one. Handmade is always better. Thanks for the info.

  2. Moira Says:

    I love the fish! P.S – love the new look of your blog.

  3. Joy Says:

    I made this same cat bed last year for our 5 lb cat. The cat bed turned out pretty cool, but our cat just hated it and would not go in, though I used plush fabric inside for the lining. A cat any bigger than 5lbs would not be able to fit in it either. It looked great at least! After a year I passed it onto a friend who had a cat.

  4. Private Label Rights Says:

    Wow – I can’t believe this!

  5. catgurl Says:

    Just wondering where to find the poles. I have a tent (minus the poles) and am not able to fint small tent poles.

  6. Jessica Says:

    I was wondering the same thing: Where can you find the poles?

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