Cabled Dog Sweater

Cabled Dog Sweater

Cabled Dog Sweater
Cabled Dog Sweater

"In May of 2015, our little silky terrier, Chewy, went missing. During that time, our entire community came together to help find him and one of our biggest supporters was a volunteer at our local animal shelter, H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter. Although we were never able to find him, the community support meant the world to us and I decided what better way to give back than to design and make small dog sweaters for them in his name. Designing and making these dog sweaters has not only benefited the shelter, it has also benefited me as well… there’s just something about crocheting (especially crocheting for charity) that helps to soothe the mind and soul."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

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

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This precious pup truly is enjoying his pup sweater. This could be a cool new thing for me to learn how to do. Seems like nowadays I have more than a couple friends who have small dogs as part of their families. Every dog owner, in my experience, loves to get a gift for their little "fur baby". Thank you for a sweet pattern!

I have been looking for a beautiful Cabled Dog Sweater and I love this pattern. The pattern is well written and is for different size dogs. Every fur baby needs a nice warm sweater and I love the idea of the making these for shelter dogs. Saying a prayer for the lady and her family the dog. I'll be making a few of these sweater for my fur baby and some to give to our local shelter. It's a great idea.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I was so sorry to hear about how this project came about because the author lost her precious pet. We are devoted pet parents, too, and know how devastating losing a special companion animal can be. I really admire the author turning her own personal tragedy around to do something to benefit others. I dont know if its possible, but maybe the organization can offer the sweaters for sale, too. Most places struggle to raise enough to care for all their charges.

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