Fuzzy Dog

February 26, 2008 at 8:39 pm 8 comments

Do you remember all the way back to January 10? I wrote about Lion Brand Yarn‘s catalog and some other things including the fact that a friend of Mike’s wanted a crocheted version of his dog. I finished that dog. She is so cute.

The living breathing dog and the one I crocheted are equally cute in my opinion. Here’s the breathing one’s photos.2290766246_547704fd8d_m.jpg2290766606_2c66361d50_m.jpg

I used three different strands of Lion Brand Yarn to get the sturdiness and fuzziness that I wanted to create to emulate the real dog. I worked with two strands of the fake fur and one of chenille. This dog is so soft and squishy, you can’t help but wanting to hug her. I hope he likes her. My dog Mickey wants to meet her, but I don’t trust him, he loves to shred and I’d hate to see all my work in pieces covered with dog slobber. So when I walk through the house with this creation I hold her way up above my head. It looks like I’m doing some kind of tribal honorific march. All hail the great fuzzy dog!

Here’s my creation, remember on all these pics, click on the pic to enlarge.


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I crochet, sew, draw, paint, paper mache, embroider, shoot photos, play piano, sing and have a graphic artist full time job. But not all at the same time.
Headquartered in Dallas, TX.

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