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Monday, October 28, 2013

Indy's Christmas Collar

Here's my baby girl . . . 
 all dressed up for her 7th Christmas with us.



I have always had Christmas bows . . .
 BIG Christmas bows . . . 
that I would attach to my dogs collars at Christmas. 
This year, 
I think I will change my "modus operandi" 
and have her wear something homemade by her momma.


I used ribbon for her collar.
It can also be made with elastic,
I just [referred the loser look.

If you have followed my blog long enough,
you will know that I LOVE working with crochet thread.
TO me,
the colors are more intense/vibrant/ richer
than most yarns I see.



I think this could be made from yarn,
with little,
or no,
adaptations.

If you make it with yarn,
remember to let me know so I can see your pictures.

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Bernat Handicrafter Crochet Cotton colors.
Red 
White 
Evergreen
I LOVE the fact that this collar can be made for the tiniest kitten to the largest dog. As a matter of fact, It could be made for a horse, sheep, goat … any animal that needs a Christmas Collar.
You say you don’t Celebrate Christmas? Just change the colors and use it as a Hannukah collar, Kwanza Collar, Halloween Collar . . it can be a collar for ANY OCCASION! (Wouldn’t Red. White and Blue be ADORABLE for the 4th of July?)
Use your imagination and have fun like I did :)
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If you would like to buy the pattern, it is available for $ 3.99 in my Ravelry Store, "The Fur~Babies Momma." Just click the buy now button to be transported to my shop.
  

***100% of the purchase price for the pattern goes to no-kill animal shelters in Western New York and in my home state of Indiana.***



 

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