Louis the Beagle after a long and thirsty walk.
Now I don’t own a dog, but I seem to go on a lot of dog walks with my favourite doggy friend, Louis the beagle and his friends. He belongs to my daughter and her partner. There always seems to be much that needs to be taken along when you go for a short walk, which I find strange. I always thought all you needed for a dog walk was a dog, a lead and perhaps a ball?
No! We need treats, of various enticement value, a whistle, dog poo bags, (here in England anyway), hand sanitiser, mobile, toy, water and lastly and most important this, the dog and lead, phew have I forgotten anything?
I had a challenge given me, can I design the perfect dog walking bag for longer walks? My daughter knows I am into bag making and thought this the ideal starting point for designer bags, I like a challenge! I am usually found sewing toy animals, clothes, accessories and more recently patchwork quilting.
I thought I should ask here, if anyone has thoughts on this very important matter for dog walkers. Now is your chance, what size is best, a cross body bag or round the waist? How many pockets, waterproof etc?
I would love any thoughts and I will do my best to design a bag that fits the bill. This is the fabric I am thinking of using.
guthrie & ghani
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I am off on a short holiday, but there will be no dog walking, and will be dreaming of things to make on return, so don’t be shy any suggestions will be considered!