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Crochet Dog Sweater Pattern

Updated on October 4, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern :: Ripple Dog Sweater

This vintage pattern uses a popular ripple design for fancy duds for doggy. The pattern even includes matching owner's coat and a cute little doggy jibber (hat). It's my most popular crocheted dog sweater pattern. I'm offering it exclusively on Squidoo. I hope you enjoy this free pattern from Vintage Home Arts. You'll find the link down in the next section.

Visit Vintage Home Arts online at vintagehomearts.com.

Featured Free Crochet Pattern :: Fancy Dog Sweater and Jibber

Keep your special friend warm and cozy.

Do dogs really need sweaters? There are whole articles, blogs and opinions on that subject. My opinion is that big dogs probably don't, unless it's a super cold climate, and even then probably not. But smaller dogs in cold climates definitely benefit. You know your dog and your situation best. Now, doggy fashion -- that's another matter entirely!

Imagine the fun you can have choosing colors and textures for this fantastic pattern.

For the full printable pattern, simply click on this link RIPPLE CROCHET DOG SWEATER.

How to Crochet a Dog Sweater - Learn how to knit and crochet in just minutes.

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hoose knitting or crocheting, or both! You'll be amazed at the items you can make right from the start! Take a moment to see the old 1954 fashion newsreel, a real blast from the past.

This is a good place to tell me what patterns you've been looking for.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Based on what I've observed as a person owned by dogs, and having friends owned by dogs - big dogs also benefit from sweaters.

      Especially larger dogs with extremely short fur. Boxers, Labradors, Greyhounds, Great Danes - just to name a few.

      I've seen border collies, and saint bernards get quite cold as well on their normal brief walks in places like New England, and temperate areas of Scotland where the weather doesn't get very extreme.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I am a crocheter and I am always looking for slipper/sock patterns. I am looking for something that is fairly simple and nice looking and that you wear around the house. I have family in Idaho and Alaska and I thought slipper socks would make great christmas presents for them since they are always saying how cold the winters are.

      If anyone has some great patterns they would like to share, I would really appreciate it.

      Thanks