Top 10 Free Knitting Patterns For Cats and Dogs

Winter is coming! Snowing days also, so we are here to prepare you for these cold and rainy days. Prepare your pets, too, and do not let them be cold and sad. They will be surprised and happy if you make something for them.

Coats, shirts, or blankets to keep them warm in the winter days. You can knit in different colors and can change every day or do more than one blanket in several places in the home. Let your pet choose which is the best and most comfortable. Make pet comfortable to wear.

Cats get cold, too, so use this free knitting pattern to keep them warm. This is great for prancing in the snow outside. You can make more stuff and accessories for your pet but first, make them clothes.

Each pet will get used to the new clothes and is particularly pleased when choosing the color and making your appropriate. Consider the following suggestions and start knitting. December came, it is time for innovations in your home.

Blue Cat Sweater

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via blog.knottygnome.com

Many cats, especially smaller ones with thin, short fur, will feel the chill as winter draws on; any excuse for more knitting, of course! A comfortable, durable, machine-washable cotton or acrylic mix, and it’s all recycled too!

Christmas Snowflakes Sweater

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via knitandbake.com

Perfect Christmas choice! Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a gorgeous snowflake jumper. Now your dog can have one too! Choose this jumper and just enjoy the winter holidays with your pet.

Santa Pet Sweater

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via diymaven.com

Show how very tastefully you pamper your pooch with this chic cable cat coat pattern! Maybe your cats do not believe in Santa, but the spirit of Santa in your home will make them happy!

Fluffy Dog Sweater

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via cache.lionbrand.com

This beautiful lace leaf dog coat is gorgeous at any time of year but particularly suitable for Christmas, with those lovely bobbles along the back and the festive green shade!

Easy Dog Sweater

Easy-Dog-Sweater

via knitandbake.com

Cast on 46 stitches onto your size 6US needle. Work ribbing for 8 rows in the navy blue; after 8 rows, switch the work over to the larger size, 7US needles. Switch to the light blue color. Work garter stitch for the first and last 4 stitches. For the middle of the rows, use the stockinette stitch. And keep following the next steps!

Black Cats Purse

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via craftster.org

It is pretty simple to make. It’s basically just a rectangle that tapers a bit at the ends folded in half.  We recommend using Wool-ease thick and quick yarn in a dark grey color.  A brooch is used as the closure.

Purr-fect Kitty Throne

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via dailyknitter.com/shelby.html

With circular knitting needle, cast on 50 stitches working with yarn A and B held together. Join to work in the round, being careful not to twist stitches. Place marker on needle to indicate the beginning of round

Colorscape Cat Snug

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via englishyarns.co.uk

Knit this cute felted cat snug/cat basket in the gorgeous Colorscape Chunky. Your cat will be happy and adore this awesome and comfortable basket.

Button Up Dog Sweater

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via a.allaboutyou.com

This gent looks very happy in his button-up dog sweater, and who can blame him? Elegantly simple, this ribbed dog coat will suit even the smartest dog.

Fur Sweater for a Larger Dog

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via cache.lionbrand.com

Just type in your dog’s measurements and the tension of the yarn you want to use, and you will get your very own pattern customized for your dog. It will even have his name on it! You can even determine style details yourself too!

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