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Crafting with Cat Hair

Crafting with Cat Hair

By: Amy Hirschman | Other books by Amy Hirschman
      Kaori Tsutaya | Other books by Kaori Tsutaya
Published By: Quirk Books
Published: May 21, 2013
    
Price: $14.95
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Categories: Crafts Pets

 
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Crafting with Cat Hair by Amy Hirschman, Kaori Tsutaya - Crafts

Got fur balls?

Are your favorite sweaters covered with cat hair? Do you love to make quirky and one-of-a-kind crafting projects? If so, then it's time to throw away your lint roller and curl up with your kitty! Crafting with Cat Hair shows readers how to transform stray clumps of fur into soft and adorable handicrafts. From kitty tote bags and finger puppets to fluffy cat toys, picture frames, and more, these projects are cat-friendly, eco-friendly, and require no special equipment or training. You can make most of these projects in under an hour--with a little help, of course, from your feline friends!

 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface

CAT-HAIR CRAFTS Q & A
Can I really make crafts with my own cat's hair?

SUPPLIES: I have a cat. What else do I need to craft with cat hair?

PROJECT 1: Finger Puppets
This is the first step! You can make these finger puppets out of the hair you brush off your cat.

BRUSHING
It is recommended for your cat's health.

PROJECT 2: Book Covers
Apply cute cats to homemade book covers.

CAT HAIR
The color and texture of your cat's undercoat is different from its topcoat.

PROJECT 3: Portraits
Remember your pet forever.

FELT
What is the difference between sheep wool and cat hair?

PROJECT 4: Tote Bags
Carry your cat all around town.

ODOR
Cats do not naturally produce any bad smells, and neither does their hair.

PROJECT 5: Coin Purses
Save your pennies in a cute cat coin purse.

PESTS
Take care to prevent pesky bugs from latching onto your cat's hair and your cat-hair crafts.

PROJECT 6: Knickknack Boxes
Recycle milk cartons and cat hair to make adorable knickknack containers.

ALLERGIES
These crafts are not recommended for people with cat allergies.

PROJECT 7: Pincushions
With an old sweater and some cat hair, you can make crafty cat pincushions.

SHEDDING
The amount of hair that comes off your cat varies with the seasons.

PROJECT 8: Badges
Show the world how much you love kitty crafts.

LONG-TERM BENEFITS
Cats are naturally eco-friendly--and so are cat-hair crafts.

PROJECT 9: Mittens and Gloves
Tuck your mitts inside cozy cat coverings.

CRAFT CARE
Advice on the proper handling of cat-hair crafts.

PROJECT 10: Hats and Scarves
Wrap your head and neck with warm kitty-inspired winterwear.

RESOURCES
Different cat brushes you can buy.

CONTRIBUTORS
Meet the cats who donated their hair for these projects.

AFTERWORD
Make something special with your cat.

Crafting with Cat Hair
By: Amy Hirschman, Kaori Tsutaya
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