DOG BOOKS Knitting for your dog and other Pet crafts
Knitting for Dogs: Irresistible Patterns for Your Favorite Pup -- and You!
by Kristi Porter
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Fireside (October 25, 2005)
Designs for every kind of dog, from sequined sweaters for your toy dog princess to a handsome sport coat with racing stripes for your L or XL big boy and matching accessories for you.
And because accessories make the dog, there are patterns for everything from a cat-shaped squeaky toy to a walk-in-the-park shoulder bag for carrying keys, doggie treats, and the all-important plastic bags.
With foolproof instructions on how to properly measure a dog so that the project comes out just right. For beginners and expert knitters.
Knitting With Dog Hair : Better A Sweater From A Dog You Know and Love Than From A Sheep You'll Never Meet
by Kendall Crolius
Paperback: 112 pages Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (January 15, 1997)
Dog Gone Cute (Leisure Arts #3318)by Spinrite, Leisure Arts
Paperback: 12 pages
Publisher: Leisure Arts (May 1, 2002)
Keep your canine companions warm this winter in their very own wardrobes of knit coats! Special instructions are included on sizing each jacket or sweater to fit dogs measuring 10" to 30" in the chest. More information:
12 QuickKnit Fashions for Your Best Friend
by Judith L. Swartz
Hardcover: 96 pages
Publisher: Breckling Press (September 28, 2005)
A collection of 12 fun and upbeat knitwear designs for the stylish dog about town. Projects include cute everyday sweaters and ritzy special occasion designs, hats for every occasion, such as the Holiday Spritz and the Puppy Fez.
28 Great Toys, Gifts and Accessories for Your Favorite Dog or Cat
by Heidi Boyd
All projects are very quicknit and can be finished in a couple of hours, but some previous knitting experience. The book also showcases a range of accessories, such as a collar and leash, felted toys, and a cozy doggie bed. A measuring chart for breeds of all sizes and knit-to-fit instructions.
Stylish Knits for Dogs: 30 Projects to Knit in a Weekend
by Ilene Hochberg
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Quarry Books (February 1, 2006)
Knitters, especially the new ones, enjoy easy-to-make projects that can be completed in a short time. Pet owners who often indulge their animals with special treats and accessories will like these easy and quick-to-make designer-quality dog sweaters. These projects can be completed in a weekend, an evening, while watching television, or during an airport layover. They are simple enough to be a first knitting project for a beginning knitter. Design variations and embellishments add the personal touch, and can make each design a more challenging project for an experienced knitter.