This One’s Mine

Thinking about a way to sell our fleece to a non-spinner, I came up with pet beds.  Jenna has one in her kennel that I made for her.  She loves it because it’s comfy and smells faintly of her beloved sheep.  It’s got a raw fleece muslin pillow inside, with a washable removable cover.  Every dog that visits the farmer’s market comes over to check them out.  Our cat Bindi found this one heading to market and claimed it.  She does have her own cat bed, I made it for her the day she came home (but it doesn’t have fleece inside it).  I think she needs one of her own.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Troublet
    Jun 12, 2011 @ 08:08:29

    A Sphynx! What a beauty! 🙂


  2. Jennifer
    Jun 12, 2011 @ 10:28:48

    Silly kitty!
    Great way to use up your fleece – I’m thinkning my dogs would think it smelled so good they might eat it. 🙂 I came home one day to find that my mastiff had nosed open a drawer and pulled out all my needle felting roving. Just too irresistable! 😉


  3. Connie
    Jun 12, 2011 @ 10:40:09

    Yes, T, she’s just a year old and we named her Bindi as an homage to the dot on her forehead. Jennifer, did you want to kill him?? Although I’m sure there was a trace scent of lanolin in the roving so who can blame him? 🙂


  4. Jennifer
    Jun 12, 2011 @ 12:31:12

    Of course I wanted to kill him! HA! But he gets less and less naughty as the months go by. If you get a mastiff puppy you have to be prepared for plenty of mayhem.(I had to replace a couch and a coffee table) – but he is a big two year old boy now…he stopped eating the furniture. 😉


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