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Striped Dog Bandanna

By: Sara Sach from Posh Pooch Designs
Striped Dog Bandanna

If we're being honest, there's nothing cuter than your pooch when he's just back from the groomer and has an adorable bandanna hanging in his fur. You can make him some yourself with this Striped Dog Bandanna pattern. Knit your own dog bandanna easy with this beginning knitting project. Not only will he look adorable, but you'll get some practice in with striped knitting designs. Maybe you can even knit your own scarf to match his bandanna! Fido already loves you unconditionally, so show him that you love him back.

Beginner

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.

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another knit bandana - I would increase the large size by at least 15 stitches and instead of the knitted straps to tie by, would attach fabric ties, tape perhaps, to make it easier to tie around these large necks with all the hair around them

This is a great pattern. Easy to do. However, Iwasn't clear if there was supposed to be a ridge between the color changes or not. Row 6 read knit after binding off the 15 stitiches. This results in a ridge on the right side between the colors. If you don't want the ridge then purl the row.

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