# Knitted Clothes For Dogs (Patterns And Patterns Of Knitting)

Do you like dogs? Then this post is for you. Our favorites are so faithful, so obedient, so clever, let them be elegant and beautiful too! Moreover, it is a great, incomparable pleasure for you to make your pets!

Owners of dogs of small breeds are especially close to the theme of clothes for your pet!

**You will need:**

50 g of beige yarn, 20 g of brown and terracotta (100% wool, 250 m / 100 g), straight or circular knitting needles No. 2.5, crochet hook.

**Knitting density:**

gum 2 × 2 30 p. = 10 cm, front smooth surface 25 p. = 10 cm, 40 p. = 10 cm

**Loop calculation**

Measure your dog and calculate the number of loops.

**Neck girth** – 21 cm (63 p. + 2 cr. P. = 65 p., Round up to 66 p., Since their number must be a multiple of 3); 1/3 girth

7 cm (21 p. + 1 p. For symmetry of the gum 2 × 2 = 22 p.); 1/12 girth

1.8 cm x 2 = 3.6 cm (11 p.) – the width of the armholes at the beginning of knitting.

**Chest girth** – 35 cm + 2 cm for free fit = 37 cm (111 p.); 1/2 girth (width of the back and tummy) – by 18.5 cm (56 p.)

R**distance from withers to mid-back** – 11 cm

**Armhole height**: distance from the base of the neck to the end of the front paw + 1 cm = 7 cm (28 p.)

**Armhole depth:** for small dogs 2 cm (6 p.). 1/2 chest girth – 1/3 neck girth – armhole depth = 18.5 cm – 7 cm – 4 cm (2 cm for each armhole) = 7.5 cm (18 p.); 18 points: 2 = 9 points; Therefore, when vyvyazyvaniya armhole must be added at each edge of the tummy and back to 9 p.

**To find out how many rows add loops,** divide the distance from the base of the neck to the end of the front paw + 1 cm by the number of added loops: 7 cm = 28 p .; 28 p .: 9 p. = 3 p. Hence, the nakida must be done at the edges of every 3rd p.

**Back / tummy**

Beige thread dial 66 p. Use a 2 × 2 rubber band to tie a collar 12 cm high, making dark brown and terracotta yarns of the same width. Close 11 points, knit 22 faces. (tummy), close 11 p., knit 22 faces. (back).

**Invert knitting:** knit 22 out. (back), then take the thread from the second ball and knit 22 out. (tummy). You can collect the loops of one piece on a knitting pin and tie it later.

**Next, knit back and tummy** 28 r. stitch, doing nakida around the edges of each 3 p. (9 times). The volume of parts will increase by 18 p. First and last 3 p. Knit a garter stitch so that the edges do not wrap. Then, on the edges of each part, dial 7. p. (armhole depth = 6 p. + 1 cr. p.). Now, in every detail, 54 items (22 items +18 items + (2 × 7 items), but 56 items (18.5 cm) are necessary. Add missing items 2 items 2 when moving knitting from smoothing to elastic 2) × 2, making 2 nakida at regular intervals. With a 2 × 2 rubber band, tie another 4 cm, making color stripes, like on a collar.

**Assembly**

Sew the details of the sleeveless jacket and, using a crochet hook, make a fringe of dark brown and terracotta yarn on the collar.

**Clothing with a hood**

It is knitted by adding and decreasing loops in the right places.

**We measure neck circumference**

**Chest girth**

**Waist girth**

**Leg Girth**

**The distance from the "collar" to the legs of a dog**

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Calculate the loop. The yarn is different.

We collect loops on the spokes equal to the girth of the neck.

**Knit the collar.**

After the collar divide the knitting into three parts. Here, depending on where the clasp will be. If on the tum, then about 15 loops on the sides and everything else is back.

The number of loops depends on the density of the yarn (thread)

We add in each 2nd row one loop to the center from the sidewalls.

**So knit up legs. Before the hole for the legs.**

Next, the three parts are knitted separately. Approximately 8 cm at the center and 9.10 cm at the sides.

Then these three parts are joined and knitted together. Approximately 3 cm.

Then we begin to reduce the loop in the middle of the hole for the legs. Approximately two loops in each 4th row.

And so, until the end of knitting. At me from a neck to a booster of 35-36 cm it turns out together with an elastic band.

**But the design as the fantasy will tell!**

It is tied with an elastic band with stockings with an armhole, strap.

You can make holes for brushes after knitting a collar and stretch a cord with tassels, etc.

For girls, I knit a tum to the end of the canvas, for boys it’s better 8 cm from the armholes and close the loops. Continue the required distance is only the central part – the back. Everything is individual and you need to measure. To beautifully sat!

**Hood can be knitted like a heel for a sock**. Make removable buttons or stitches.

**Knitted dog sweater**

**These sweaters knit from the gate.** Calculate the number of hinges for the gate. If it is high with a lapel, increase its length by 2–4 cm, so that after stitching the gate product does not squeeze the neck. Also add loops for symmetry, for example, when stitching the edges of a collar connected by a 1 × 1 elastic band, 1 front and 1 purl loop should join, otherwise the seam will be noticeable.

**To wear a sweater over a collar** and at the same time without problems to fasten the leash, make a hole in the collar for the collar ringlet. To do this, when knitting the next-to-last row of the gate in the place where the back will be in the middle, close 3–5 loops in a row, and in the next row type the same air. When the collar is ready, divide the knitting into two unequal parts: 1/3 loop – tummy, 2/3 loops – back. They can be knitted at the same time from two tangles or you can make loops of a tummy on a knitting pin and tie it later.

**Armhole depth depends on dog size**

**For small dogs** (Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Terrier, Chihuahua) It is 1 – 1.5 cm,

**for medium** (poodle, dachshund, Jack Russell Terrier, White Terrier) – 2 – 2.5 cm, **for larger dogs** – 3 cm and more.

**To find out the height of the armhole,** measure the girth of the front paw, add 1 cm, calculate 1/2 of the girth and subtract the depth of the armhole from it multiplied by two. If you plan to edge the armholes with a rubber band, then increase their height and depth by 1 cm. After both parts of the sweater are ready, sew them up: first carry out the shoulder seams (sew the edges of the collar) and then the side seams.

**Details on how to make a loop calculation for a sweater without sleeves, see the description of the sweater.**

**To reduce the width of the back in two ways:**

1. Smoothly: knit 2 loops together along the edges of the back in every second front row;

2. Sharply: knit 2 loops together along the edges of the back fabric in each front row.

**The edges of the back, connected by the front surface,** wrap and spoil the look of the product. To prevent this, knit back to the length of the tummy, knit a garter stitch first and last 3 – 4 loops (that is, all rows of persons. P.).

With any pattern, the last 1.5 – 2 cm back is better to knit with a rubber band. Then the product will get a finished look, and the back will not bully up. If the pattern has volumetric braids, then when moving to the elastic band, knit all the braid loops with 2 loops together

1 – 1/3 neck circumference;

2 – 2/3 neck circumference;

3 – the distance from the base of the neck to the front paw (this measurement is inaccurate and serves to calculate the approximate number of nakida at the edges of the parts);

4 – the distance between the front legs + 2 cm (allowance for armholes);

5 – width of the back = (chest circumference + 3 cm) – (distance between the front legs + 2 cm);

6 – tummy length = distance from the base of the neck to the middle of the abdomen or to the hind paw);

7 – back length;

8 – the height of the armhole increased by 1 cm girth of the front paw (or 2 cm, if the girth is very small) – the depth of the armhole x 2;

9 – armhole depth = 1 – 3 cm (depending on the size of the dog). If you plan to turn over the armhole with a rubber band, increase its height and depth by 1 cm.

If the distance from the base of the neck to the beginning of the front paw (measure 3) is more than 3 cm, then the vertical distance from the collar to the start of the armhole (b) may not correspond to the value of measure 3, since it goes along the inclined (a). That is, the actual number of rows will be less than the number you get when calculating the loops on a regular sample of 10 × 10 cm. To make the correct calculation, tie the sample, nakida at the end of the facial rows, or calculate the naqui approximately: if measure 3 cm, make 3 – 4 nakida, one from each edge of the front rows of linen, 4 cm – 5 nakida, 5 cm – 6 nakida, 6 cm – 7 nakida, 6.5 cm – 8 nakida.

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**You will need:**

100 g of brown melange yarn (50% wool, 50% acrylic, 280 m / 100 g), knitting needles No. 2.5, brown buttons (5 pcs.), A needle with a wide eyelet.

**Knitting density:**

gum 2 × 2 p. 26 = 10 cm, 28 p. = 10 cm

garter stitch 25 p. = 10 cm.

**Loop calculation**

Take the measurements from the dog and complete the loop calculation.

**Length of the product** – 25 cm

**Chest girth** – 53 cm (137 p. – 1 p. For symmetry of the gum 2 × 2 = 136 p.)

**Neck girth** – 30 cm (78 p. + 2 cr. P. = 80 p.)

**The distance from the base of the neck to the front paw** – 7 cm (20 p.)

**Front Paw Girth** – 20 cm; 1/2 girth – 10 cm, 1/6 girth (depth of the armhole) = 3 cm (8 points), therefore, 136p. – (8 p. X 2) = 120 p .; 120 p.: 3 = 40 p. (15 cm) width of the tummy and each shelf

**Armhole height:** 10 cm – 3 cm (depth of the armhole) = 7 cm (20 p.)

Slat (2 pcs.) – 25 cm = 62 p.

**Description of work**

Type 136 p. And knit 11 cm (30 p.) 2 × 2 elastic. Then knit 40 p. (First shelf), close 8 p. (Armhole), knit another 40 p. (Tummy), re-close 8 p. (Armhole), knit the remaining 40 p. (Second shelf).

**Invert knitting** and knit 40 p. of the second shelf, then take a thread from the second coil and tie the loops of the tummy, then a thread from the third coil – the loops of the first shelf. Thus knit 20 p. Then dial 8 each. over closed loops. Knit in a straight line 1 cm (3 p.). Further, in three steps, begin to reduce loops: 136 p. – 80 p. = 56 p .; 56 n.: 3 = 18 n. So, at one time it is necessary to subtract 18 n.:

**1st row** – an elastic band 2 × 2, 2 p. Vm. every 7 p .;

**2, 3, 4th rows** – by drawing;

**5th row** – an elastic band 2 × 2, 2 p. Vm. every 6 p .;

**6th, 7th, 8th rows** – by drawing;

**9th row** – an elastic band 2 × 2, 2 p. Vm. every 5 p.

Tie the remaining 8 p. in a straight line and close the hinges. For the strap type 62 p. And knit 2.5 cm garter stitch. At the other plank, at regular intervals, make five buttonholes. Sew strips to the shelves of the jacket. On one of the slats our buttons. Quilting the gate from the inside with rubber thread in 2 – 3 rows.

(cutting back length – we adjust to the size of your dog)

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