I moved recently and the only place to put the litter box was in the dining room. I got a covered box to replace the litter tray I was using. The covered box wasn’t working for one of my cats. She was too big and the box was too small. She would stand in the litter box and pee on the floor. I had to go back to using the litter tray. No one wants to look at that in a dining room so I devised a way to hide it.
I basically attached a strip of fabric with a gap in the front to a cheap Lack table from IKEA. I used scraps from a curtain I hemmed and sewed on some velcro strips. I attached the velcro to the table with a glue gun. The table is cheap enough that I don’t care if the cats damage it. This was a pretty inexpensive project. The table was $8, the velco was $3, and I already had the rest of the supplies
This might be the first sewing project I have attempted recently where my sewing machine behaved. I usually have some extremely unpleasant long arguments with sewing machines, but not this time. Maybe I have threatened it enough times. Maybe it has lulled me in to a false sense of security. I don’t know if I should be afraid of my sewing machine next time I use it, or if I should take up quilting.