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Lucky Cat Sweater

By: Hilary Callis for The Yarniad
Updated June 26, 2018
Lucky Cat Sweater
Lucky Cat Sweater
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With the Lucky Cat Sweater you can include your feline friend in the knitting fun. This cat sweater pattern is a cute way to show your furry friend how much you care. Once you knit up this easy knitting pattern you won’t be able to resist dressing up your kitty at every chance you get. For outdoor trips to the vet or even just lounging about, this little sweater can’t be beat.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

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

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Well, not all cats will tolerate wearing anything, even this cute sweater. Glad to see it is made of cotton, which is more durable and washable, and won't leave little bits of yarn in the cat's fur. If you don't have a tolerant cat you could try a sleeveless version.

My cat would take me apart if I tried to put clothes on him!!! Although I have been knitting little squares (about 3" x 3") on which I then sprinkle catnip and put the square on the floor. He loves that!!! He eats the catnip then puts his arms around the knitted square and cuddles it!!! I now have around 4 or 5 of them.

I would have to sedate my cat to get this on him or her! Cute tho!

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