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Thursday, 6 June 2013

Doggy fashion .

 My friend got a puppy last year, and has bought lots of stuff that I did not even know existed for dogs ,lol .
 Especially the likes of this .
 It's a doggy bandanna , which you thread the collar through. OK , they look fairly cool , but she paid £7 each for them. This one was grubby after a  couple of wears and washes ,so I said I thought I could probably make some. She wanted a few , so I cut out loads of fabby and set to work. I made ten before running out of thread for the sewing machine .

 She likes them and has bought four off me , and wants to take some to her workplace with the idea of selling them for me. I am looking at selling them for 2 for £5 at the moment . What do you think ? Would you buy bandannas for your dog ?
 Cath

6 comments:

stitcheranon said...

I think they are brilliant! Why not have two price ranges: one for the luxury pooch with an individual price (doggy fabric or that tartany material which was huge a few years ago as designer bandanas and then the more mainstream, less personalised bandanas lol. I think they would go..I would buy one for my dogs! Do you do different sizes?

cucki said...

Aww cute..it's very sweet x

Barb said...

Very cute! I don't have a dog so I really can't answer but I just might as they are so cute!

Penny said...

Cute idea! From what I've seen, they seem to be pretty popular among dog owners. :)

Julie said...

Well done, clever you!

Jane said...

Great stuff ~ how about making some for bunnies ~ I can just imagine Tilly and Oscar's loppy ears coming out the fabric :)