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Bark a Lounger

By: Champagne Maker

Now your pets can get comfy in their own furniture. Use this free knitting pattern to make a bark-a-lounger for your four-legged friend.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is so lovely! If I were a more advanced knitter and if my dog did not like to dig holes in her beds like a jerk I would knit this for her. It would also make a very pretty floor poof for humans, though.

Just to mention, it is not noted above that you need to use wool or wool blend yarns for this, as the finished piece is slightly felted before sewing up. Anyway, I would be concerned about putting so much effort into making this dog bed only to have it soiled or torn, and as noted by other commenters, something much simpler would work just as well.

Entirely too complicated a pattern and the material costs are well over $150.00. Our knitting group knits for the animal shelters in our area, so I will take a copy of the pattern to the group, drop the design and use red heart or lion brand yarn which is more reasonably priced and more versatile for the animals and knit them in one or two colours for less than 30 bucks! Great idea, just entirely "over done". Happy knitting all.

i love my dog i would totally make it for her but i've only been knitting for like 4 or 5 months i might try when i get lots better at knitting


I love my pets too, but no way would I put that much effort into a bed for them! They can have the cushions off the old sofa and love seat, I can put new material on them but I am not taking my precious kntting time and making a bed for them! The Bark-A-Lounger is a very pretty pattern..nice job!

pattern much too complicated to use on something for an animal.

Lucky dog!!


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