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Crocheted Dog Sweater Pattern

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Put your new crocheted dog sweater on your dog the next time you take him for a walk. It will keep him nice and warm during the chilly months. Use any color yarn to match your dog's personality.

Crocheted Dog Sweater Pattern

Intermediate

Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Love this pattern 4 completed already. 2 posted on my face book with links to pattern. Love them . 4 * because bit trouble understanding leg bit at first. Nearly did not complete but thrilled I did now. Thank you

For some reason mine is turning out solid no spaces as in the picture (no holes) maybe take it in to Jo-Ann fabrics to ask...usually rely on mother for help but she has pasted so that will not work anyway...collor lookes great but just can't get the spaces

Help! I have the collar and the first leg opening and the 10 rows of the 27 stitches, but where do I go from here? I am stuck at the ****. Divide for Leg Openings-Row 1 (wrong Side): Keeping continuity of pat, work across first 5 (7, 9) sts; turn. Work even in pat on these sts for 9 (13, 17) more rows. Fasten off. *****With wrong side facing, skip next 3 (5, 7) sts of last long row for leg opening; join yarn and work in pat across next 27 (35, 41) sts for back for 10 (14, 18) rows. Fasten off. With wrong side facing, skip next 3 (5, 7) sts of last long row for 2nd leg opening; join yarn and work in pat across last 5 (7, 9) sts for 10 (14, 18) rows. Do NOT fasten off.

This is a very handsome stitch. Overall the pattern was easy to follow and it turned out great! And I am new at reading patterns that are not afghans. Next time I will make closures at the chest Vs. A seam to make it easier to put on and off. Very nice looking dog sweater and Moe will be snuggly in it.

@k5mommy 4635902: Go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

Can anyone tell how to print these patterns. I can't seen to figure out the problem. I used to be able to print them with no problen :(

Assembly directions are unclear and possibly incomplete. For the life of me, I could not get my finished sweater to look like the picture when it was time to put it together.

Luv it!!!!! my poodle is going to look sooo cute on it Thanks!!!

I think I need to make my Neptune one.

This is a darlin sweater pattern. Thank you. I am going to try, I have troubles with the leg openings for some reason. Also I was wondering if Allfreecrochet would be so kind to add a lot of Dog Coats and Dog Jackets in your patterns. It keeps from having to make the leg openings, and some of our little daring darlings do not like putting their little legs in them and we get to keep our fingers intact. Thank you for a great website and hope Everyone has a wonderful Holiday.

I can't print any of the patterns.

Cute little sweater! I've made a few and given them away as gifts as also sold a few. Directions are easy to follow. Works well with different variations of colors. Love it!

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