How to Knit Your Own Dog - Easy to Follow Knitting Patterns for Dog Lovers Book

Knit Your Own Dog

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Looking for a dog companion but can't find the time or space to keep one in your home? Maybe you already have a favorite dog breed but would like to knit a buddy to keep them company.

A new book has a fun and creative solution for dog lovers who have always wanted to knit a canine companion of their very own. There is no feed, barking, shedding, or vet's bills to pay when creating your own pooch from the book Knit Your Own Dog by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne.

There are 25 different patterns to knit from Basset Hounds, Poodles, Cocker Spaniel, German Shepard, Pug, Border Collie, English Bulldog, Dalmatian, and many more favorite breeds. Besides the patterns is a description of each breed and information on choosing yarns, stuffing and sewing the dogs, and adding a personality to your creation.

The book includes detailed photos and easy-to-following instructions for both beginners and advanced knitters.

If you love dogs and enjoy knitting than be sure to check out this wonderful book about knitting dogs. These make wonderful gift ideas for friends and family.

Enjoy a FREE PATTERN also - Click here to view the Free Knitting Pattern Knit a Jack Russell Terrier which is a free excerpt from the book.

Knit Your Own Dog: Easy-to-Follow Patterns for 25 Pedigree Pooches

Knit Your Own Dog: Easy-to-Follow Patterns for 25 Pedigree Pooches
Knit Your Own Dog: Easy-to-Follow Patterns for 25 Pedigree Pooches

Breeds include: Afghan Hound, Basset Hound, Border Collie, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Dachshund, Dalmatian, English Bulldog, English Bull Terrier, French Bulldog, German Shepherd, Jack Russell, Labrador, Miniature Schnauzer, Old English Sheepdog, Poodle, Portuguese Water Dog, Pug, Red Setter, Rough Collie, Scottish Terrier, Siberian Husky, West Highland Terrier, Whippet, Wire-haired Fox Terrier.

 

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Knitting Patterns - Dogs and Toys

Knitter are well aware that there are so many free knitting patterns available on the Internet but sometimes a good knitting book is something that can be valued and cherished for years to come.

As a knitter you may have a favorite pattern or book that you continue to reference or create gifts and projects from. While knitting afghans, hats, and scarves are one of the easiest and quickest patterns to make other knitting projects like sweaters for dogs and toys for kids can also be a new favorite.

There are many great patterns for dog sweaters, wild animals, knitting pets, animals, dolls, and other playthings. Books are one great way for collecting these patterns. When purchasing a knitting book you can see full color photos, added details and receive several patterns to knit.

While free patterns are a good way to check out new knitting ideas, knitters will still always enjoy buying books and looking at what new ideas are available.

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