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1  Dog cowl/neckwarmer in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by IFancyPadfoot on: September 11, 2006 03:39:03 PM
I was knitting myself what was supposed to be a cowl/neckwarmer this weekend and ran out of yarn (I was using some leftovers and didn't really know what to expect with it... I didn't use a pattern and was kind of just winging it), so I finished it off and decided to use it for my dog. She's small and it fits her perfectly. Plus she doesn't like to go outside during the winter when there's snow on the ground (she won't even get off the deck to go to the bathroom!), so along with her jacket, she'll be perfectly warm! Cheesy

Fiona with her new neckwarmer.


(When I took this picture, she was hiding in the basement because there's a storm coming. I had to force her out of her hiding spot and to stay for the pictures, lol! She wouldn't even let me take it off of her... she ran back to her safety zone before I could!)
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