After paying a decent amount of money for a really nice matching bedding set and ramp covers I decided to try to make my own. The fun part here is that I do not sew. I have 2 pieces done a huge hammock and a tube. I did do ramp covers but I forgot the Velcro when I was getting the supplies. There is not on stitch in these and they have been in the cage for a few days now. The beasties seem to enjoy them and sooo much cheaper then buying them.
Yes it is. For both pieces I used the knot method. Tuesday is laundry day so I'll let you know how they held up in there. For both pieces I used only knots and fabric glue. The tunnel itself I cut the fleece and the polka dot fabrics the same size and folded them in half then cut 2 inch long slits about an inch apart and knotted them together. Then I just flipped it inside out and rolled the ends so the edges would be smooth, glued and pinned until the glue was dry. I cut small hoes in the top towards the ends and laced the ribbon through them, glued the ends of the ribbon so the loop and then just used a couple of hooks to hang it. Of course since you are just be careful on which side of the fabric you have out, you want to make sure the printed side is up when putting it together but on the inside when knotting so the when you turn it inside out the print is the right way.
I am also a maniac when it comes to ferret bedding sets. These are not even 50% of all we have These are the sets for normal temperatures. In winter it can get -20, -25 degrees Celsius here, so ferrets get equipped with warmer stuff (if interested - I will make pics). The brown "coffee" set: 1st floor