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Paw Socks Pattern
Paw Socks Pattern
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Everyone who owns a smaller dog knows that they have sensitive paws - especially when the chilly winter rolls around. With this Paw Socks Pattern, you can quickly create some knitted booties for your little pet to keep paws warm and toasty even while outdoors. So if you were looking for dog apparel knitting patterns, this pattern is so simple and practical, you'll love giving it a try. Your four-legged friend won't mind taking a walk or playing outside once he or she has properly protected paws. Don't let the elements stand in your way. Check out this free pattern for knitted dog slippers today.

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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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cut the pattern for the dog sock and then sew it.

I like the idea, but I think the drawstring may be a problem. My knitting group knits for the local animal shelters and they always need things like this for rescued dogs that have been neglected or mistreated, but I can see the strings causing lots of nibbles. I shall take the pattern to the group and see what we can figure out. thanks so much for the pattern.

Omit the drawstring and substitute elastic. It will be snugger and there'll be nothing for the dogs to chew on.

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