We love dogs here at Freds in particular our Clare’s gorgeous Frenchie Olive, who is the poster girl for our Dog Day Afternoon event, so it won’t surprise you that we have a fair few dog related products in store. For all you fellow dog lovers and owners out their, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favourite products that are all about dogs!
If you like your cookies l-o-n-g then this is the cookie cutter for you. It comes in the shape of a hilarious sausage dog and will create a great addition to your party table. Just add piped icing. The ookie cutter comes with a special recipe for sugar cookies.Cutter depth: 1 inch. Pack size: 1 x 6 x 2 inches.
They say they’re mans best friend, but dogs aren’t the easiest subject to draw. Help is at hand however with the thoughtfully constructed tutorials in Draw Dogs. You’ll go from sketching the basic outline of your furry friend, to understanding how to approach daunting subjects like fur and anatomy, then adding the details that make each breed and individual dog unique. One step at a time you’ll see your drawing skills improve, and by the end of the book you’ll be achieving incredible likenesses in just 15 minutes!
Hokkaido Dog’s are native to Japan so it is no surprise that they have been immortalised in Nanoblock form. Nanoblocks are a construction product which allows the most intricate of model making with unique tiny-sized blocks. Highly collectable, these miniature building block sets appeal to a wide range of tastes and ages. At just 1/8th the size of standard building bricks the detail of projects has to be seen to be believed.
With Best in Show you can knit your own precious pet, reproduce your favourite breed, or even knit the dog you have always desperately wanted. The dogs are surprisingly easy to make. It will only take a few evenings to create a covetable companion for life. Patterns include Chihuahua, Golden Retriever, Cavalier King Charles, Greyhound, Irish Wolfhound, Yorkshire Terrier, Bichon Frisee and Cairn. Idiosyncratic descriptions of the various breeds accompany beautiful photography, making this book irresistible for both keen knitters and devoted dog-lovers.
If knitting isn’t your thing, then why not try Paper Pups? From a Golden Retriever and French Bulldog to the beloved mutt, these 35 paper pups are appealing and fun to create. They’re made using kirigami, an art similar to origami: just photocopy the full-size templates and follow the simple steps to transform a flat shape into a dimensional animal! In addition to the dogs, accessories include a fire hydrant, doghouse, and a collection of collars to adorn your paper pet.
This card says it all… Pug Lyfe!
Everyone loves their pooch, and with this inspiring collection of hand-sewn pet apparel, dog owners everywhere will be keen to invest some time in their canine’s style. Featuring dozens of fun and funky designs, there’s something here for every doggie personality. Making Clothes for Your Dog teaches how to pamper man’s (and woman’s) best friend with one-of-a-kind dog clothes and lovely designer outfits, including dresses, shirts, aprons, hats, hoodies, bandanas, capes, scarves, and even a wedding set. Readers will discover plenty of ideas for making both functional and fashionable pet clothing, with pages full of stunning dog photography and delightful color illustrations.
More than 150 reusable stickers of 50 dog breeds from the tiny Chihuhua to the massive English Mastiff.
Knitted dogs are excellent pets: they’ll never chew your shoes, never need to go on a walk and can easily fit in the palm of your hand. Knitters and dog lovers everywhere will love this chance to create their own knitted dog with this exciting kit, including everything needed for one loveable companion. Golden Retriever Kit includes the following items: Yarn, Pair of US (2 3/4mm) knitting needles, Yarn needle, Stuffing, Pipecleaners, Safety Pins. The 24 page pattern book is easy to read and includes how to knit instructions, so even beginners can have a go!
Find out who’s top dog with this beautifully illustrated set of cards. Does a retriever need more grooming than an Irish setter? Has a terrier got a keener nose than a German shepherd? Is a poodle faster than a spaniel? With 6 categories and 30 dogs to choose from, you’ll have hours of fun playing Best in Show.