Get ready to turn heads on your walks with our retro-inspired dog sweater knitting pattern! This sweater completes the set (find the matching Arcade nights fingerless mitts patter here), allowing your four-legged friend to join in the nostalgic fun. Adorned with the same retro video game characters as the fingerless mitts, this sweater will make your pup the star of every playdate.
Crafted with love and attention to detail, this dog sweater pattern offers multiple size options to ensure the perfect fit for dogs of all breeds. Whether your furry companion is big or small, they can enjoy the retro charm and cozy comfort of this stylish sweater. The intricate colorwork and pixelated character designs will make your dog stand out from the pack, showcasing their unique style and your love for retro gaming.
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Knit up this dog sweater in your preferred light DK weight yarn and let your creativity shine by choosing colors that complement your pup’s personality. Perfect for walks in the park or cozying up at home, this retro-inspired dog sweater is both fashionable and functional. It’s time to bring a touch of gaming nostalgia to your furry friend’s wardrobe and show the world that retro gaming isn’t just for humans. So grab your needles, measure your pup, and get ready to create a one-of-a-kind dog sweater that will make tails wag with delight!
This dog sweater was made to match the Arcade Nights fingerless mitts!
This sweater is knit top down, in the round with a colorful rib trim and stranded colourwork yoke. Instructions for the optional leash hole are included after the first colourwork motif.
The armholes are first knit flat in scrap yarn, and are later picked up and finished for a totally seamless sleeve, with trim to the rest of the sweater.
The lower body features a third motif before the tummy shaping, this motif may not fit in the shortest lengths. The shaping is customizable for your dog’s unique shape.
XS, S, (M, L, XL) for a chest circumference of;
11-13”, 13-16” (16-20”, 20-24”, 24-28)“.
The sizes are based off the back and chest measurements, (taken across the widest part of the back and at the largest part of the rib cage). The armholes are generous – bigger is better when it comes to armholes!
This full video tutorial takes you from cast on to bind off to help you along with the pattern!