If you know me, you know that my dogs are spoiled, especially the doxies. They are expert cuddlers and could be hired by the military to be heat seeking missiles. They love crawling inside shirts so to avoid the scratches and dog drool on my tummy that usually results from this, I made them hooded snuggle sacks for their cuddling pleasure. They LOVE them and have asked that I share this tutorial so that their wiener brethren throughout the world can also enjoy the warmth and security these sacks provide.
First, some gratuitous cuteness...
Now, for the tutorial!
Pin and sew the right sides of the two sewn hood pieces together. You'll only need to do this on the one side that has no seam. The other, still open side, will be sewn into the sack later.
Turn the interior bag piece right side out and put it inside the bag too. Pin this all the way around. You'll need to kind of pull the interior bag piece past the hood piece.
Now, from outside in, you'll have your exterior piece, your hood and then interior piece all pinned together. Sew around the top leaving a 4" or 5" gap for turning. I found it's easiest to leave the hole in the front where there is no hood piece to worry about.
Turn the whole thing inside out! Pin the opening closed and top stitch around again.
Here's a shot in mid-turn. It looks weird but just keep pulling (gently)!