Dog is man’s best friend. The dogs in “Knit Your Own Dog” as well as “Knit Your Own Dog: The Second Litter” by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne won’t win at Westminster Kennel show but will win your hearts.
Thirty-three percent of households in the United States own at least one cat. Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne have made it possible for you to own a cat without the care and maintenance. “Knit Your Own Cat”.
You can knit 50 different dog breeds and 16 cat breeds. Perfect for the animal lover in your life. Or make a few and create a menagerie of your own.
Knit Your Own Dog The second Litter
‘The second litter’ includes another 25 breeds for you to knit. There are toy, utility, Terriers, sporting and working breed patterns included as well as characteristics of each breed.
Shar Pei’s are distinctive in that they have extra skin and have never filled it out. You will read it is a defense mechanism when being attacked. The Yorkshire Terrier is a tiny breed with a lot of spunk that has all the flair, attracting celebrities to carry them in their handbags. The Golden Retriever is a popular breed among families and has been included in this book. The Pointer is ready in its stance, waiting for the hunt.
Hints are added for yarn choice, stuffing and even adding a bit of personality to your dog as well as sewing together. The details are impressive. The photographs will put a smile on a dog lovers face. A knit dog or even the book would make a delightful.
Knit Your Own Dog
Dog is man’s best friend. The dogs in “Knit Your Own Dog” by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne won’t win at Westminster Kennel show but will win your hearts. Their book has patterns of 25 pedigree pooches.
What a wonderful gift to knit for a dog lover. The size of the finished dogs is approximately 6” tall x 8” long. The dogs are for show and are knit with specific details of the breed. The pooches are made in several pieces and then sewn together.
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Knit Your Own Cat
Knitters and cat lovers alike will enjoy the easy to follow patterns for 16 frisky felines from “Knit Your Own Cat”. Whether you prefer a street cat or a pedigree like a Turkish Van, you can have one, both or all 16. You can knit them with step-by-step instructions. The cats cover all knitting skill levels.
Add a bow, collar and bell to your Tabby, Siamese or Maine Coon. After knitting your first feline you will want to knit more. Fifty-two percent of cat owners, own more than one. Cats are the most popular pet on the planet.
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