With cold weather upon us, it’s time to break out the sweaters for those blustery days. As parents, we always think of our kids and want to be sure they are warm this time of year. Many people these days with or without kids think of their pets as their children. So with that in mind, I wanted to showcase dog sweater patterns for you to knit for your fur babies this winter season.

Dog Sweater Patterns Showcase for 2016

The first sweater in this week’s showcase is this cute fair isle dog sweater by Bente Solen Torjul1. I love how they have made matching leg warmers and a hat. Not sure what dog would keep that hat on but the idea is fun. In this winter icy blue shade with a classy fair isle design it screams winter. The sweater pattern runs $7 bucks and is a size M.

There’s nothing like Burberry style for your little one. Try this Barkberry Dog Sweater Designer Inspired by My Savannah Cottage. I love plaid so I can’t get enough of this one. The pattern is definitely for the experienced knitter. With a buckle collar, intarsia knit design, i-cord, and double knitting it’s truly a spectacular dog sweater pattern for only $6.

These racing pups are a bit bigger but really need to stay warm and look great in these matching dog sweater patterns called Side Button Greyhound Sweater by Terri Lee Royea. I like the ribbed look that creates a long streamlined design that’s perfect for this winning dog. It comes in size M and L and is a FREEBIE!

This pretty in pink cable knit sweater is made for a medium size dog. Designed by Kathryn Mcconaghie to support the Humane Society. It’s a FREE pattern with a request to support your local shelter by either donating a sweater or giving a monetary donation.

Doesn’t this little guy look snazzy in his sweater designed by Helen Nemko. The pattern is great for a beginning knitter. However, it does have some basic crochet elements and is embellished with buttons. It comes in XS and S for the fur baby in your life and runs $5.50 for the pattern.

Need a sweater for Halloween try this fun Dragon Slayer design by Lion Brand Yarn. It’s a FREEBIE and looks like so much fun. Comes in  sizes  S and M for dogs between 10lbs-29lbs.  You’ll also need double pointed and circular needles for this pattern but seems like an easy to moderate pattern.

If you’re looking for something a little different. Something that says your dog is no ordinary pooch then you should try these Dungarees by Alli Barrett. Make one in a variety of colors for your dog’s wardrobe the pattern runs $5 dollars.

Another great pattern for the more serious dog is this one called English by Terra. It has a great turtleneck look with some beautiful colorwork that makes this one look really distinguished. This one is perfect for the miniature pincher or schnauzer weights up to 22lbs. The pattern is just $1.

Another pattern from My Savannah Cottage is this colorful red and green pattern. Just $6 and small enough to have ready for the holidays. This one has fair isle design with bobbles then add some beads to create some bling. It comes in sizes 10, 13, 16, 18 for your fur baby.

Need to get dressed up for a special occasion try this tuxedo design for your best friend. A great tuxedo sweater by Laura Polley, it comes in sizes Small to X-large and is FREE! A great choice for a wedding or a New Years Eve party.

Just in case your buddy needs a date this doggy dress should make all the other girls growl. The Little Black Dress With Pearls is again by  My Savannah Cottage. This one is FREE and has adorable ruffles and a set of pearls for the collar. She will look so elegant with a little bit of sassy in her little black dress.

Need something easy and quick to knit? Try this Hunters Urban Dog Sweater by Lisa M Barnes. It’s easy to knit and comes in small, medium, large, x-large. Perfect for lounging in front of the fireplace and it’s FREE!

So there you have it, a dozen dog sweater patterns to knit this winter for any occasion from overalls to tuxedos your fur baby’s wardrobe will make all the pups at the park jealous!

*SnugglebuggKnits is in no way compensated for the reviews or showcasing of any patterns in this article.

Happy Knitting!


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