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Vintage Poodle Tissue Box Cover

Keep your tissues clean and dust free with a diy tissue roll cover. The Vintage Poodle Tissue Cover will not only protect your tissues, but also give your boring tissues a quick and easy makeover. Plus, this crocheted poodle is just too cute for words. Inspired by a popular 1960s household item, this free crochet pattern is a great diy home decor piece to make using worsted weight yarn, a little bit of felt, and an empty toilet paper roll.


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Oh wow, does this bring back some happy memories of spending time at Grandmas house. I had forgotten about it, but I think I have the one my Grammie gave to my Mom. When we cleaned out my Moms house a few years ago, I think I packed it into a box and put into storage. I will have to make a day trip to go through the boxes to see if I still have it.

If you grew up with a crafty mom or grandma in the 50s or 60s, youre bound to recognize this vintage craft. The original poodle (pink in our case) was also designed to hide an extra roll of toilet tissue and took pride of place on top of the toilet tank. My senior ladies are going to love seeing this project again. Id be willing to bet a few of them even still have the original.

This is a very cute Poodle Tissue Cover. Very decorative.

This pattern is mistitled on your page. This is a Retro Poodle Tissue Topper pattern with tissue being a polite and Southern way of saying toilet paper and is not a Kleenex box cover. With that being said, I have not seen one of these in a very long time. I didnt realize anyone other than Grandma still used or made these.

This is so cute. I remember seeing it years ago and thinking I would like to make it some day. Then I lost the pattern and was looking on line for it. Then I started going thru here and there it was. My bath is done in pink so this little cutie will be pink. I think she will really be sweet sitting on my vanity. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

The title of this is misleading. It is not for a tissue BOX, but for a roll of toilet tissue. When you get to the actual pattern, it tells you that you need a roll of toilet tissue. It doesn't say anything about covering your "Kleenex" tissue box. Just thought I'd put this out there in case someone was actually looking for a tissue box cover.

I don't see the pattern either. below the crawler at the top of the page, the rest of it is a blank light blue.

The pattern is there - just scroll down a few inches and you'll see it.

I tried to go to the website where the vintage poodle tissue cover is and it has a title, moving text and a blank page. Where is the pattern link? I could not find it. Please help. Thank you

I see the pattern fine. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. You should find it. It's there.


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