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Bonding scarf? #1417555
09/15/18 09:59 AM
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I've seen these around and wondered if anyone here has used them? Do they like them? I was thinking about it because I hate my bonding pouch.
Also do the scarves have to be fleece? I have almost a 2' ring of Jersey knit from when I had to alter a Maxi dress and was wondering if I could make one out of that?
Thanks in advance and have a great day!


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Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Haalastar] #1417557
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The inside pouch for the gliders should be fleece. It is safer for the gliders.

I myself wouldn't use one as I hate scarves, love my bonding pouches.


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Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Haalastar] #1417558
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I have to admit this is a new spin on the bonding pouch for me although they have probably been around for a while dunno Just have not had anyone post about them here or post for sale in classifieds.

So I went to Etsy, and there they were rofl The one thing I did notice in all of them is the inner portion of the pouch itself did appear to be made of fleece regardless of what the scarf portion was made of.

Knit will pull rather easily with glider nails, so there is the hazard of their getting that thread caught around fingers/toes or worse.

You will also still need a zippered enclosure to keep them safe. I could not tell if there is a mesh window anywhere or if it is just a solid enclosed pouch.

Etsy bonding scarves


ETA: These scarves are probably more suited for winter. I would think they would be hot for the human to wear, especially in the warm months of the year.


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Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Haalastar] #1417573
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There is a couple really cool ones on Amazon too that I've been watching. I live in Minnesota so I've been looking at them too now that we are into fall.

I think I'm going to take the gamble and get one on my next paycheck in like 2 weeks (the description says it can take a week to make as well). I'll let you know what I think of it when I get it.

I also think it will be nice to have them up close to my neck anyway. My Great Dane likes to sniff the pouch and it makes them crabby when they are trying to sleep lol.

I do agree with Karen - the inside pouch part looks like most of them are fleece (the one on Amazon I really like is). However, I would also make sure the entire scarf is fleece too so when they come out of the little zipper pouch and are running around on me that they won't risk getting their nails stuck in other parts. Granted I'll be right there wearing it but I'd rather avoid the chaos that would cause.


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I just ordered one for me and my babies. Excited to see how it works! I plan on using it to take babies to work.


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Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Haalastar] #1417587
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Awesome! post pics and let me know how it goes. I cant wait until my babies stop crabbing so much so I can take them to work with me too!


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How do you post pics I have one

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Here you go. I don't get my babies till the 15 so it's empty for now

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Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Haalastar] #1418577
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That's very nice!

Are you getting excited to bring your babies home yet?


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I have one as well. I wish I had ordered a less bright! I like the dark one you have on! It does work great!
Originally Posted by Britt_Monster
Here you go. I don't get my babies till the 15 so it's empty for now


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Originally Posted by Ladymagyver
That's very nice!

Are you getting excited to bring your babies home yet?



Thank you and yes I'm going insane every time the breeder sends me a new pic it takes all of my might not to rush over to her house lol

Re: Bonding scarf? [Re: Claralice] #1418587
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Originally Posted by Claralice
I have one as well. I wish I had ordered a less bright! I like the dark one you have on! It does work great!
Originally Posted by Britt_Monster
Here you go. I don't get my babies till the 15 so it's empty for now




Thank you! And lol i need a brighter one I love this pattern but I lose things so easily I need one that sticks out as well


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