Crochet Dog Coat Pattern

Crochet Dog Coat Pattern

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Crochet Dog Coat Pattern

Crochet Dog Coat Pattern

Crochet Dog Coat

Learn how to crochet this amazing Crochet Dog Coat for 4 sizes of dogs. Using everyday yarn like Bernat Super Value, you can create a simple dog coat to give your dog some added style.

The coat comes in the pattern for 4 sizes. Sized small to extra large. I had Jeanne research the dog sizes and this is what it comes up as:

  • Small – Chihuahua or Yorkie Size
  • Medium – Pug or Terrier Size
  • Large – Beagle or Collie Size
  • X-Large – Greyhound or Labrador Size
Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern for this Dog Coat

In the tutorial, I show you how to attack this pattern in reading the pattern but also show you some great tips too. I substituted using Bernat Maker Fashion. I used 1 ball of each colour for the small size. You will need more yarn to do other sizes. The yarn requirements are in the pattern for the Bernat Super Value.

Without striping like the pattern asks for, you can make it fairly quickly without a whole like of loose ends. Of course, if you want extra styling, take the time to do so.

Tutorial

Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

18 thoughts on “Crochet Dog Coat Pattern”

  1. June Roos says:

    I love the things you make im new to crochet things im trying to make thing to .I love crochet things .I like the yarn stash for the yan you made .

    1. Marina King says:

      I love collecting patterns almost as much as making them, there are so many wonderful things to make.

    2. Jemmae says:

      Hi I love this pattern and seen it on YouTube. I have come to try and download the written pattern but I am having no luck? Any advice? Please tia

      1. Mikey says:

        I’m checking link now.

      2. Mikey says:

        There is a blue button that says PATTERN on the article itself. I just checked it, the link is working. Just click that button on the article and you can get the free pattern.

  2. June Roos says:

    I love the way u make your doggie sweaters im new at this im try to make one for our dog his a collie dog .Never made one yet will love to try .I love your your sweaters you make for the dogs .

    1. Marina King says:

      good luck, I’m sure it will turn out lovely!

  3. Mary Manning says:

    My strongest recommendation is to watch the video. It answers a bunch of questions I had about things that confused me.

  4. Cynthia says:

    Does this pattern have a written form?

  5. stephanie barrios says:

    I’m so confused on medium dog sweater. When I start arm holes I am not sure how many to do and then how many to skip. Can you explain it on a medium dog? Please? I like your videos. Nice job

  6. Terry says:

    Mikey, I had to chuckle as you struggled with weaving in the ends of the Makers yarn. Whatever the elastic inside the cotton coating of the yarn strand is, it makes it almost impossible to ‘weave in’ because that inner material is not yarn-like. I’ve made a couple projects with the yarn, because it really is wonderful to work with while you crochet. But when I get to the end I really try to weave ‘around’ stitches, rater than ‘through’ the yarn.

  7. Coreena says:

    Hi! I am trying desperately to make a round tablecloth, nothing fancy mind you. I tried using your tutorial on crocheting in the round by increasing. The larger it got the more waves it became ( I was on about row 12 when the wave started). My second attempt was a round granny square that got super wavy around row seven. I’m getting pretty frustrated. Help!! I love your tutorials, you are so easy to follow.

    1. Rebecca says:

      Usually, when it gets wavy, that means you’re increasing too much.

      I used this: https://www.craftsy.com/blog/2015/10/crochet-a-flat-circle/

      tutorial to kind of get me on the right track. I found the Crochet Crowd a few months after so I never looked at their crocheting in the round tutorial. But following that link got me flat circles.

  8. Paula Streit says:

    Mikey,
    i need your help on this pattern. I would love to make this for my Labra-dane, yes, she’s half lab, half great dane, and she loves her cuddly clothes since she’s rather short haired. But her chest is more like 36″ and have tried with one of these pattern before, but they were still too small. Any idea how to make this one big enough for my little one?
    thanks
    Paula

  9. Paula Streit says:

    Mikey,
    i need your help on this pattern. I would love to make this for my Labra-dane, yes, she’s half lab, half great dane, and she loves her cuddly clothes since she’s rather short haired. But her chest is more like 36″ and have tried with one of these pattern before, but they were still too small. Any idea how to make this one big enough for my little one?
    thanks
    Paula

    1. Miranda Mattson says:

      Paula, I think it will be easier for you to tackle this if you get the measurements of the dog first. I am making one for a dog that is in between the small and medium sizes right now. When I work with Mikey’s tutorial I measure each piece and compare it to the measurements I have of the dog. This way I know when to increase or decrease the stitches to make it fit better. Here’s a link to a diagram of what measurements you should have:
      https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/08/7c/35/087c35f7af685c324c3af6fb9b6d4763.jpg

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