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Knit Striped Dog Sweater


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Knit a striped dog sweater for a small dog from three colors of DK weight yarn, then finish it with simple crochet stitches. Sweater can also be knit with just one color of yarn. Finished size of sweater is 16" around the chest unstretched, 20" stretched. Sweater conforms to the dog's shape because of the nature of the rib stitch used. Sweater is knit flat in an allover k3,p1 rib stitch with a k1,p1 ribbed collar. Sweater has two holes for the front legs, then crocheted together along the chest. A single crochet border is added to finish the front leg openings and also the outside edge. Easy to Make. Elegant to Wear. NEWS FLASH! This design won Best Of Show at the 90th Annual Los Angeles County Fair, the largest county fair in the nation. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY k, p, binding off and casting on in the middle of a row simple crochet: join, slip st, sc GAUGE 25 sts and 28 rows = 4" in k3,p1 ribbing (unstretched) SUGGESTED YARN 350 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Kraemer Tatamy DK or Tatamy Tweed DK COLORWAY Cherry Tweed Y1613, Purple Tweed Y1607, Baby Powder Y1711

Recommended with this pattern

  • DK weight yarn: 150 yds MC, 150 yds A, 50 yds C
  • knitting needles size US 5 (3.75mm)
  • crochet hook size US F (3.75mm)

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Evelyn Van Orden designs original knit and crochet patterns which are available here on Craftsy and also on her website and at fine yarn shops, Easy to Make. Elegant to Wear. Evelyn teaches knitting and crochet in Southern California and is available to teach nationally and internationally. She has 40 years of knitting, crochet, quilting, jewelry, teaching, and design experience. Evelyn offers a unique approach to instruction, giving students the tools and training to not only master techniques, but also unleash their own creativity and personalize their designs.