Lee Missouri wrote:Valya, you should also offer notecards with your dog drawings on them. Your scetches are adorable!
This knitting pattern was inspired by the sweater craze. I am referring of course, to the movement of putting sweaters on everything from apples to park benches. I wanted to contribute to this hilarious and outrageous knitting movement, and so I have designed a sweater for a banana! LOL! The button strap is functional, (not just for looks) and it opens and closes with ease. This pattern has intuitive instructions that are easy to follow. This pattern makes a hilarious table setting decoration for parties and picnics.
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi Valya. You ask for our opinions, so I think you can take some 'negative feedback' too.
In my opinion this goes too far in a direction that can't be called 'permaculture'. Knitting, making useful things such as clothes (including sweaters for dogs in a cold region), using materials which don't harm nature, that's part of a permaculture lifestyle. But making 'birthday hats' for dogs ... Sorry, but I don't think so ...
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