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Topic: Scooby's Reflective Roadtrip Sweater  (Read 7217 times)
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« Reply #10 on: January 29, 2007 03:54:26 PM »


T'was nuth'n dahling - copy and paste can be a beautiful, educational thing Wink

Besides, when I got the idea (months ago, it takes awhile for me to put these things into action), it took a lot of searching to find it on the web.  I'm happy to share.
« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2007 04:00:06 PM »

what a wonderful doggie mom you are!! Reflective yarn is such a great idea for dogs, i wish i could find some for mine, he needs a sweater!
« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2007 10:06:13 AM »

smart & chic!  I really love it, and what a cute-faced dog! great job-

blog!  http://nomoresweaters.blogspot.com

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« Reply #13 on: January 30, 2007 05:06:11 PM »

Wow, that is one cool dog sweater.  I love the info on the yarn also.  I also think it would be a good choice for kids into clubbing. .   yep I am also showing my age!

« Reply #14 on: February 01, 2007 09:34:59 AM »

risks of fiberglass in working with this yarn.) Available in three widths: 1/69" (3050 ypp), 1/32" (1400 ypp) and 1/23" (1000 ypp).

toothy,  which width did you use?  if you orderred it again, would you order a wider or narrower material??

« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2007 01:49:51 PM »

I love it! The reflective yarn was such a great idea! Now he looks so adorable and he's staying safe at night. Great job!!

« Reply #16 on: February 01, 2007 04:16:43 PM »

I used the 1/23".  It was perfect with the worsted weight yarn I used. 
I was worried that the skinnier yarn would be less reflective/conspicuous but I don't know if that is a valid worry.  If I were to reorder, it would depend on what was available and what I was planning to do.  If, for some strange or really off-my-usual-path reason I decided to knit in a fine gauge (reflective socks anyone?), I would go for the thinner reflective yarn.

Hmmm, a reflective bikini would be fun for those late night pool parties, but, a thicker yarn would work for that too....... A reflective handbag for streetwalking (now, that doesn't sound right)... I better stop, I'm very tired and my "filter" is a little loose.

The "yarn" is flat, like gymp, but a good deal softer/more flexible than gymp.  There is very little weight to it.

Scooby (in his great modesty) wants to thank all of his admirers. Grin
And I thank you all too!!!
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