Conversation Hearts Dog Collar

Conversation Hearts Dog Collar

This Conversational Hearts Dog Collar is such an easy crochet pattern, you'll want to make many of them before the holiday. Even your four legged pooch can celebrate Valentine's day. Crochet Valentine hearts like these can be made in any color and still look great. Use worsted weight yarn to complete this free crochet pattern for your pup. It's so cute!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Its too late for Valentines Day this year, but I dont mind holding on to this adorable scrapbuster for next year. You could extrapolate and use similar sized appliqus for other holidays, too. St. Paddys Day is coming up, so shamrocks would be appropriate, and maybe pumpkins for Halloween. Of course, my dogs wouldnt tolerate anything like this for a minute.

I been making this pattern for years with some slight changes I use a slip stich at the end of the round of the heart and work string to back and just work it in joining I use in tops of the heart TOP RND sc in top of tr ch sc in next tr join next heart sc in next tr repeat from till last hear is ready to join sc in first hearts tr slip in to st sc ch Rnd sc in sc sc in ch around join with slip st bottom round is easy Rnd sc in tr ch join with slip stich Rnd sc in sc sc in ch sp repeat join with slip stich this makes a solid band on the top and bottom that streches so it is nexer to tight unless there is not enough harts in it I use the collar thatRead More is on my dog to measure in my case I have for my mini Schnauzer

you can contact me beautexter@yahoo.com can send a pic if you like

Been there: I haven't had any problem as long as I cut and paste the pattern to a Word document. I don't print from this site directly. I haven't looked at this pattern closely enough to see if I can enlarge it for our family bigger dogs. :) my email is iambdh@yahoo.com TX Barb

I just love this pattern and I am going to make several of these collars for my "Millie" and "Troublemaker"! Ratanna, if you want to write to me personally, I can send you directions on how to "cut and paste" so you can save this pattern or any other pattern. It's not hard to do, I have no problems printing or saving them. My personal email address is BeenThere@clearwire.net feel free to write me.

I thin it is cute. But like many of the patterns that I have tried to print it will not and there is no print button. This realy needs to be fixed or many of your members are going to go else where.

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