If you're anything like me, your dog is pretty much the center of your universe. We spoil our little Sam (left) in every way possible. That's why when Claudia (Mirrix's President) came up with a fiber and bead dog collar, I was thrilled. Doesn't he look cute?
The fact is, pretty much any dog can rock this collar. It's the PERFECT holiday gift for a dog-loving friend or for your own special pup.
Recently we did a weave-along featuring this collar and it resulted in some very happy puppies. Here (below) are two gorgeous collars that weave-along participant Denise Jonon made for her dogs Fig and Walnut. She did an amazing job and I think her pups might just have a career in modeling!
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Color Theory for Beadwork
To Shed or Not To Shed
Large Bead Weaving
Making a Collar for Sam