Crochet Pet Bed
This easy to Crochet Pet Bed pattern is available in 4 different sizes. Everything from little Toy Size Dogs and small cats to big cats and large dogs!
The size shown here with Penny, the loveable dog, is medium. She is a smaller dog. Based on measurements of this pet size bed. I have determined approximate species sizes.
For the record, my cat Riverstone, a 10 lb kitty would need a medium size.
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Sizes to Species
- Small – Tea Cups, Toy Dogs, Small to Medium Cats and Chihuahua.
- Medium – Adult Cats, Pugs, Beagles, Collies and Cocker Spaniels.
- Large – Boxers, Bull Dogs, Bull Terrier, Basset Hound and Corgis.
- X-Large – Doberman, Grey Hound, German Shepherd and Large Collies.
This is a picture of Riverstone in the small size. You can see it’s a bit too small for her. She loves to stretch out. So make sure you crochet the bed that makes sense for a comfortable sleep for your loved one.
Overall, this pet bed is easy to make. I made mine within a day and it was super easy! If you need help with the pattern or instructions, please follow the tutorial below.
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Lovely pattern. Could you comment about washing and how you manage this part bed when it gets stinky?
I would also appreciate information about the exact yarn used. Im from Australia so I will need to locate an alternate product so as much information as possible will be useful.
You would wash this like a pillow. If you prefer to have an opening, you could do that and use buttons to close it, as long as the pet won’t chew the buttons. I’m from Canada. I’m unfamiliar with what yarns you have access to in Australia. I’m sorry, I don’t have any suggestions. However, here is the technical data on it. Durable chunky yarn
Economical big ball size
Content: 100% acrylic
Ball Size Solids: 400g / 14 oz, 394 meters / 431 yards
Care: Machine wash and dry
Gauge: 6 Super Bulky
Knitting Gauge: 11 sts and 14 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. 11) knitting needle
Crochet Gauge: 8 sc and 9 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. L/11) crochet hook
Can’t find the get pattern button.
There is a blue button that says pattern. It’s halfway down in the article. Does that help?
Never mind I got it
Hey Wanda Griffis,
I am sorry to bother you but I needed some advice and info plz about his pet bed. Reading the instructions, it says 4 balls of yarn for a medium-size bed but I am unsure if its 400g per ball or is it 100g per ball, i.e do I purchase 4 balls of yarn with the weight of 400g per ball (in tote will be 1600g) or is it vice versa I purchase 4 balls of yarn with the weight of 100g per ball (in tote will be 400g)?
Please could you give ma some advice and guide ma?
I await your reply.
each ball is 400g, for a medium bed you need approximately 4 balls each one being 400g
Still can’t find the link to get the pattern can you send it to at [email protected]
Sorry but, where is the get pattern button?
I think I know what our pets are getting for Christmas…
By the way; I love your cat’s name.
Thank you! I will be make the beds for my dogs.I’m learn so much from you I ‘ve been crocheting for almost a yrs now.Keep up the good work!??
It may seem too small from a human’s point of view, but cat’s are quirky animals and I think I see a smile on Riverstone’s face! My cat, Shadoe, has been sleeping in a box (brought home from the store) for weeks and none of the others are allowed in the box, it is HERS! I am going to try and make this with the sides a bit higher, it looks comfy.
how do i get the pattern??? all i see is the tutorial
Sorry, the link has been fixed. Just click the Get Pattern button.
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