Monday, December 5, 2011

Crafting with Cat Hair

The purrfect gift for the weirdo cat lover. BWAHAHAHA!

crafting with cat hair



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28 comments:

Fragrant Liar said...

Meow.

O D Y S S E Y said...

haha, cool! i like how you filed it under, among other labels, "what the hell?" and "who buys this shit?"

Lara said...

My bf almost got this for me for Christmas! "What the hell?" indeed!

Trissta said...

Ew ew ew. I saw this the other day and nearly barfed. I cannot stand to have hair all over the place... especially if it's from a cat. I have a few of the furry friends around the neighborhood, but in my opinion, they should stay outside. I can't stand the hair! Why someone would want to craft with it is beyond me... lol It reminds me of that season of Project Runway when one of the finalists created pieces with weave... It just weirds me out. Fur, yes, I can do fur.... in a blanket or something. lol

Much Love,
Trissta

Caroline said...

wow...just when I thought there was nothing original anymore. Now that's a first in my book...

Brandi said...

Kinda creepy and kinda awesome at the same time.

Lorena said...

Don't lie. It's on your Christmas wish list.

Dancing Branflake said...

Oh my goodness. What's sad is that I would totally buy it for you as a joke but not really. I'm just weird like that. haha.

Kitty Stampede said...

I'm slightly crazy for cats, but yeah....NO.
hilarious. I would love to see some of those cat fur creations in real life though. If I wanted to, I could make a fur coat every month, I swear.
With what shows up in the vaccuum cleaner and when I move certain pieces of furniture. YIPES.

theSIREN said...

all of my cat loving friends are getting this for christmas. i'm just wondering how you found this...

Claire Kiefer said...

SO FUCKING GROSS. People are bizarre.

Jen: Sunsets and Swimming Pools said...

You've hit a new low. ;)

blueviolet said...

Really? This is just wrong.

Kathryn said...

I have to admit at first glance my gag reflex kicked as much as a cat coughing up a furball, but if you really think about it, it is just a social conditioned response, much like experiments where people shunned mashed potatoes with blue or green food coloring in experiments because we have been socially conditioned to believe white is the acceptable color.

Angora comes from Angora rabbits, Cashmere and Pashmina from goats and Silk from worm spit. Perhaps someone will market it with a high-falutin name or by the breed such as "Abyssinian","Siamese", "Persian" or what most cats I have ever owned were - "Alley 'O Cat".

SConnerFoto said...

Whaaaa...?

Kellie said...

WTH. The fact that this is even available for purchase has me questioning people's sanity. :)

Marisa A. said...

Not gonna lie I am curious and kind of want this book. Don't hate me good people of the blogosphere.

Miss Caitlin S. said...

omg.. there are no words.... very eco-friendly I suppose.

ana b. said...

Attention Please Drollgirl: http://ifitshipitshere.blogspot.com/2008/10/wearing-hair-of-dog-portraits-of-people.html

...love Maegan said...

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!??!??!

Well, I suppose it would be more fun than vacuuming.

Kristine said...

I could have an entire gallery full of cat hair finger puppets. My guy is a super hairy one. I am repelled and intrigued all at once.
(crossing my fingers that your next couple of weeks go by really fast!)

Elle Sees said...

Nightmares! This is the stuff of them. Enter to win 5 shirts from StyleMint!

Sam said...

I would get it for the cover alone - would you just look at the expression on that guy's face! "Hmmm....smells like Bruce!" Fantastic!

ajg-jane said...

Well well well......

Alisa said...

This is funny, I just saw this, how odd!

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

Nu nah?

Aline said...

lol that's so gross

Diana said...

the only thing that comes to mind
http://troll.me/images/omg-rage-face/the-horror-.jpg