Crafting with Cat Hair


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If anyone needs 20 metric tons of Maine Coon fur, let me know. Will take about five minutes to put together.


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See this duffle bag?
Duffle Bag of Dog Hair
Dog hair. Which an outfit called VIP fibers will turn into yarn someday.


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Make sure that she doesn't see the section on drone-making...


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If you come up with a plan to re-use cat poop I am your man for supplies. Please keep me in mind.


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Two cats live here. One has a very thick coat; the other has a very small brain.

When I brush the first cat, enough fur is produced to felt into a golf-ball-sized furball dense enough to bounce. The second cat thinks this is the best toy ever.

Thus, second cat gets very excited when he sees me brushing first cat.


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Made some cute flat kitty faces from my cats brush gleanings a couple years back--worked great when needle felted! Kitties liked the end product--smelled like them!


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Seems to me that what you REALLY need to make out of cat hair is a carpet and a couch cover. Because then you cat hair problems are vastly reduced.


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My cats have been shedding epic quantities of hair since summer began. You'd think I had 16, not 2. I have actually contemplated saving the hair and doing something with it, and am entertained others have had the same thought stuck_out_tongue


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I think I remember seeing this once while I worked in a used bookstore. Or something terribly similar. Infinitely amusing. I have enough orange cat fur around here to make a grand display of needle felted pumpkins I suppose...


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This is without a shadow of a doubt the most important thing that I will read today.


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I own a copy of this book. If anyone wants to borrow it, let me know.


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