Knit Dog Sweater Coat Easy Smocking

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Knit Dog Sweater Coat Easy Smocking Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and Purl

Pattern Description:

Help keep your little doggie warm this Fall and Winter
Mine get so cold and they love to curl up in a cozy sweater.
Sizes to fit Chihuahua's, Yorkie's, Dachshund's and other small breed up to a 19 inch chest.
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Copper Llama Studio
Delta, CO

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16 st = 4 inches
22 rows = 4 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes to fit Chihuahua's, Yorkie's, Dachshund's and other small breed up to a 19 inch chest.


  • 3-5 oz #4 Weight Worsted Yarns (I used Red Heart Super Saver, but any #4 weight will work) Size 8 and 9 circular Knitting needles at least 20 inches long or 14 inch straight needles Optional: Size F Crochet Hook Tape Measure Tapestry Needle Small amount of contrasting thread or yarn for marking smock pattern

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any #4 Worsted Weight Yarn

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I am a spinning, weaver, knitter, metal artist.........I can go on and on. I find that I have to try just about everything. Just can't stop myself from experimenting with different materials.

I am a Wife, Mother and Proud "Nana" to 9 Grand kids. We live on a small farm in Western Colorado and have raised just about every farm animal you can find ...

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