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    I love them! What a talent, maybe you can make matching leads as well?
    Desrae, guardian of two tri-coloured cavaliers, Belle 3 years old and Bobby 1 year/8 months.

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    they are just beautiful i would love to learn to make them too.got a sewing machine.and definately u should sell them.i am impressed.compliments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desrae View Post
    . . . . . maybe you can make matching leads as well?
    What a great idea!

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    They are really smart collars, better than I've seen in the shops! you are very clever.

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    What is a matching lead? My translater don't know this word You mean a dog leash? We say in Germany Hundeleine. I have a picture for you, I sew Hundeleinen


    Petra with Kaischa & Monty, Kate forever in my heart

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    The leads are great too. There is a site called Etsy, where people can list hand made items and custom items.
    http://www.etsy.com/community They even have a German specific site. Take a look, your collars are wonderful.
    Suzanne mom to Chelsea(ruby girl), Vivian (tri girl),Kara(rescue kitty), Tyson and Candy(Tonk kittys at the bridge)

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    What is a matching lead? My translator don't know this word You mean a dog leash? We say in Germany Hundeleine.

    Hundeleine is dog leash/lead. "Lead" is more British English, I think, but I've heard it used here in the U.S. in the context of "a dog walking on lead." Both lead and leash are in my German-English dictionary for Hundeleine..


    Your leashes are beautiful. Seriously! Do you sew on a Pfaff? I can't imagine using a regular walking foot (Obertransportfuss ) on those. The even feed that is built into the Pfaff would work best on this type project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldor View Post
    Hundeleine is dog leash/lead. "Lead" is more British English, I think, but I've heard it used here in the U.S. in the context of "a dog walking on lead." Both lead and leash are in my German-English dictionary for Hundeleine..


    Your leashes are beautiful. Seriously! Do you sew on a Pfaff? I can't imagine using a regular walking foot (Obertransportfuss ) on those. The even feed that is built into the Pfaff would work best on this type project.
    Oh yes I have a dictionary too, I must fetch it. I've looked at Abacho, this machine translate a whole text.
    I sew with a Pfaff, 1 year young with IDT System= Obernadeltransport
    http://www.naehmaschinen-center.de/s...nen-center.de/
    I also have a old Bernina from Roland's mother.
    Petra with Kaischa & Monty, Kate forever in my heart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petra View Post
    I also have a old Bernina from Roland's mother.
    The Pfaff IDT is really, really nice.

    Do you know which model Bernina you have? The older ones are highly valued over here, and sell for a very good price at their age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spangly View Post
    Hello Petra
    Your dog collars are really lovely. I would be interested in learning how to make them please.

    At The Dog and Bone Pub you can see my intructions how to sew a dog collar ;-)
    Petra with Kaischa & Monty, Kate forever in my heart

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