Posted : 11/28/2006 9:51:18 AM
Cute, colorful fabrics are good choices, but think about the fabrics your groomer has used with Willow. That will give you an idea of preferences. Of course, seasonal prints are always a good choice as well, but all holiday prints aren't always easy to find at all times.
Another thing you can do (if your handy and want to spend some time on it) is to go ahead and cut them into "bandana" triangles. Three sizes (small, medium, and large) are the norm. The easiest way to do this is to start with a 36" square and just fold it on the diagonal and cut at the fold. You can do this with each triangle until you have several smaller sizes.
Or add to the bandana's by using a "trim" on the edges that will hang down. Using iron on hemming material (stitch witchery, or similar), just iron on your trims.
This type of gift is one that keeps on giving all year long. Groomers buy tons of stuff like this and then have to take their time to cut, trim, etc. By having these things already done, saves us time and money and it makes our clients SOOOOOO HAPPY to see their poochies with such pretty "trimmings" and their new haircut.
If you don't feel comfy picking out fabrics and/or trims, the certificate is the next best thing [