29 August 2007

Why?

Why do people take lessons in weaving, when dog hair, which is apparently inanimate, can weave ITSELF into my clothing and car seats?

8 comments:

Dawn said...

Now just think, when you attempt to sell the car, you can go on and on about the organic hair used to make the seats so...comfy.

slackermommy said...

Excellent question!

Count Mockula said...

Now you can combine the two! http://www.amazon.com/Knitting-Dog-Hair-Better-Sweater/dp/0312152906

wordgirl said...

Now you can weave your very own hairshirt on days when you need to do penance for something.

Mignon said...

Fleece is impenetrable. Resistant to wind, rain, snow, nuclear fall-out. But not dog hair. Our dog hardly ever comes in the house and I find his wiry hairs in the stuck in the baby's mouth in the morning. Sheesh.

Mignon said...

In the. Just in case you didn't get enough the first time.

mar said...

when i was in grad school, i had a party at my place and the russian grad student brought me a present, slippers she knit herself out of dog hair.
um, it's been 4 years and i still haven't worn them.

SUEB0B said...

Dawn - car has black interior. Dog is tan. It is going to take A LOT of fur....

Count- my friend Jan knit hats from dog wool. She said they were fine until they got wet, when they smelled like wet dog. Eeech.

WG - my virtual hairshirt is always with me

Mignon - I appreciate the double effort

Mar - what a thoughtful and bizarre gift

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