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How To Knit a Heart Dog Bandana

By: Sara Sach from
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This tutorial on How to Knit a Heart Bandana is more of an explanation of how to knit a dog or pet bandana rather than a straightforward pattern. These easy knit dog accessories are made in stockinette stitch, and this tutorial includes sizes, small, medium and large, so any pooch can get in on the action. The basic pattern and graph are both free, and the tutorial comes with a quick guide on how to put them all together, as well as a a few different ways to add the sweet heart to the bandana.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

Gauge0 stitches, 0 rows, 0 inches.

This pattern will work for just about any size dog, cat or pet.

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I am taking my knitting needles out tonight! I have a female Pitbull, she is beautiful but people always call her a male so I was thinking one of these on her in pink and white the confusion may stop! Also people are terrified of this breed but at Christmas she had a Santa hat and people wanted to pet her (which she loves) so this might help people come over to say hi to her again!

I can never find bandanas large enough to fit my dogs and in hot weather it would be nice to have them - wring them out in cold water and place them around their necks to cool them off or use one to hold a cool collar around the neck -- with this pattern I could knit the size I need And why didn't I think of it myself????


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