Biscotte Yarns

Whisky's sweater | Free knitting pattern for Dog

Discover now, our very first dog pattern designed by Louise Robert!!! 🐕

Do you share the same love for animals as we do? After a great demand, here is the perfect jacket for your pet.

In addition to the pattern, you will need the following materials to knit the Wisky's sweater:

  • Louise Robert Yarn – Merino Worsted [100% merino sw, 200 m / 100 g] 1 (1, 1, 1, 2) ▪ (2, 3, 3, 4) skein(s) or 60 (89, 141, 200, 254) ▪ (332, 410, 541, 700) meters of worsted weight yarn.
  • Circular needles of 5 mm (or size needed to obtain gauge) and 4.5 mm (or one size smaller than the size needed to obtain gauge)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers.

GAUGE - 18 sts & 24 rows = 4" (10cm) in stiockinette stitch with 5mm.

SIZES- 2XS (XS, S, M, L) ▪ (XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL) ***Please refer to the size chart at the end of this document.

NOTE Since the length of the body is easily adjustable, I advise you to choose the size that best fits the circumference of the chest.

The diagram on the left will be used as a reference throughout the project and the arrow indicates the direction of the knitting.

Good Knitting! ♥

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Audrey Schoepple
Great Pattern!

Pattern is well-written and easy to follow. You can fit the sweater as you knit it for a perfect result.

Kelly Ball
Love this pattern!

Comes together quick. Easy to follow and adapt when needed. Fits dachshund well and that’s not easy to find!

Fun, well written, easily adaptable pattern

I was unsure about the pattern but I needed to make something quick for my 12 year old short hair dog. My baby, I love her. She gets cold very easy. I am very happy with this sweater. Next time I make this I know I need to start the belly wrap part sooner but it covers the important parts and because I measured my girl before starting it turned out very well. I also love that this sweater doesn’t chafe under her front arms and accommodates for chest and shoulder with a very simple design. I added colorful buttons to the sweater but I made it from tan/brown yarn so it is fun to see the pop of color along her side. You could easily change areas of the pattern to better fit your pup and it was nice to be able to try it on her as I went. I look forward to making this again and for future patterns from this designer.

Kathleen Nestor

came out a little big will make again nice length for my lab.

jackie engelhardt

Plan to look at later in the winter