Well Dressed Dog Crochet Coat

Well Dressed Dog Crochet Coat

Well Dressed Dog Coat_2
Well Dressed Dog Crochet Coat

From the Blogger: “The Well Dressed Dog Coat is ready to perk up your pet with gorgeous colors - in 4 sizes! It’s got a bit of stretch, so pick the size closest to the chest measurement of your dog, going with the larger size if it’s a draw. The Well Dressed Dog Coat is pretty darn quick to crochet - meaning you can whip one up for every occasion! Lion Brand New Basic 175 comes in all main colors, so you can go with oranges for Halloween, red and green for Christmas - and don’t forget your favorite sports team!”

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge10 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in main stitch pattern

Finished SizeSmall (14" chest); Medium (18" chest) - shown; Large (22" chest); Extra Large (24.5" chest)

Materials List

  • 75-250 yds Lion Brand New Basic 175

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Who doesn't want to own the Well Dressed Dog? I can see this is so many colors that you could have a new Well dressed dog daily. A piece of advice about this coat would be to never leave it on your pup unsupervised. WIth the open stitches, a toenail could get caught very easily and horrible results could happen. But for a daily outing, it would be perfectly adorable

That really is one well dressed pooch. I wish I had more skill in the crochet arena because I really want to make something like this for my grandma's newest addition.

This is a super easy beginner stitch. You should give it a try. Think how happy it would make grandma 3

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