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Knitting With Dog Hair: Better A Sweater From A Dog You Know and Love Than From A Sheep You'll Never Meet Paperback – January 15, 1997
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How many times have you groomed your dog, looked at all the fur floating around your feet, and remarked to yourself that there is enough fur for a sweater? Well, here's the guide that will help you turn that remark into a reality. With instructions for everything from "harvesting the fuzz" to spinning it into yarn to patterns for knitting dog hair into sweaters, hats, and scarves, Knitting with Dog Hair is a dream come true for dog lovers who also love to knit. Directories of equipment suppliers and people who will spin dog hair for you are appended, as a thorough guide to dog-breed hair and a glossary of dog-grooming and spinning terms. Instructions are thorough, and the authors' sense of humor will make this an enjoyable book for people new to spinning. Cat lovers shouldn't feel left out--special instructions are given for collecting cat fur, and patterns for a cat-hair pill box hat and a shirt collar are included. Caroline Andrew --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"You're harvesting what would normally end up clogging your vacuum cleaner anyway." --The Wall Street Journal
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There were too few actual knitting patterns in the book. It contained more information about preparing the dog hair than actually knitting with it.
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Labs chew till they are 2, and shed till they are dead, so you can imagine how much dog hair our family has.Read more