I haven’t published the pattern yet, but I have made a few versions of the Pee-Pee TeePee. I need a name for them before I and slap these puppies up on Ravelry.com as a paid pattern.
I’m making it a paid pattern because I have run into some bad luck with my sick leave. My main employer sent my ROE out late, then they filled it out incorrectly, and are saying that it was filled out correctly when it wasn’t. Blah. Been dealing with this for a month as my savings account dwindles to nothingness.
The pattern calls for pure wool, which is to be treated with lanolin. Instructions for treating the wool are included in the pattern. Treating the wool properly turns the wool into a water-proof, slightly antibacterial, yet air permeable fabric. What this essentially means is that the item can be peed on and once dried, it is not soiled. Shocking, I know — it took a while for me to wrap my head around this concept! It’s good for a few “wettings” before it becomes due to a washing. A few washings can occur between lanolin treatments.
Stay tuned for the pattern and pictures — I’m quite excited to share!