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Pet Projects: The Animal Knits Bible

3.34 of 5 stars 3.34  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Pet Projects is simply irresistible. This collection of 33 adorable patterns is to knit for any pet and ranges for the beginner to the expert knitter. To be cherished by pet owners and crafters alike, this ingenious collection of 33 patterns, Pet Projects, has something for nearly every pet. Knitters will delight in making canine coats, collars and caps. Cats will curl up ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Taunton Press
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Kelly H. (Maybedog)
Some cute projects but the best part is that it covers projects for many different types of pets including a horse blanket, a wire bird feeder and habitats for small rodents and turtles. Of course the cute turtle on the cover is for Fido and there are a couple of lovely dog sweaters (although why you would do fair isle for a pet with claws is beyond me. How would you get it on without ruining it?)

Very sweet although the turtle is the only thing I really want to make.
Very cute knitting book. The majority of the projects are dog-related, lots of dog coats and collars. There are, disappointingly, only a few projects for cats, mainly cushions. Some of the other projects are pretty unique. You just don't see many knitting patterns for Tortoise Hibernation Tents, or for fish pond Water Lilies knit from plastic bags. The Hamster House and the Puppy Papoose are totally adorable.
Rachel Smalter Hall
This book totally cracks me up, in the best way. And better yet, the projects are modern and cute!

As other reviewers have pointed out, the variety of projects is superb, taking into consideration all kinds of critters: cats, dogs, horses, turtles, bunnies, etc.

And if you're not into making sweaters and hats for your pets, this book has lots of other options: beanbags, tents, blankets and toys.
Miss Mouse
I guess creatures other than just dogs and cats need knitted items from their humans. The projects in this book were *interesting*, but nothing I'd acutally knit. The hampster cozy was cute, though! :o)
Nice range of choices even branching off the typical just dog and cat projects. Will be making a couple for sure before I return this to library. But I cant say which its a surprise!!
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Honestly didn't see any patterns I cared to try. Some just seemed a bit strange.
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