Monday, October 18, 2010

12 Collars of Christmas - Pattern Give Away #3

Flowers and Lace Dog Collar Crochet Pattern
For Any Size Dog or Pet.

Flowers and Lace Dog Collar is pattern give away # 3.
 I decided to design a collar for the girly girls.
 It is made with white yarn in a lacy pattern of chains,
and has three bright flowers. It has ties to hold it on.
Super Easy and Super Pretty!

Please remember these collars not intended
 to use a collar or harness for attaching a leash.
 They are for decorative purposes only.

See The Video on my Youtube Chanel at This LINK

Flowers And Lace Dog Collar Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this pattern to your Ravelry Favorites.

Skill: Easy

Hook: H/ 5.0MM
Yarn needle
Yarn: "I love This yarn", white and bright colors for flowers

Stitches :
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (ss)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half  Double Crochet (dc)

Sizing: Measure your dog's neck - 3 chs = 1 inch

R: 1 - Ch 28 for a 9 inch collar ( 3 X 9 +1=28)

R: 2 - 2 hdc in second ch from the hook, 1 hdc in each ch,
2 hdc in last ch on the row, turn ( work up opposite side of ch)
 2 hdc in the first st, 1 hdc in each st,
2 hdc in last st, join to form a long oval.

R: 3 - *Ch 3, skip first st, sc in next st*
repeat from *to* all around the whole collar, join and tie off.

Ties: Make 2
Join to middle of end of collar, ch 25, 1 dc in the end, turn
and slst back down the ch to the collar, join and tie off.

Flowers: Make 3, in three different bright colors
R: 1 - Ch 3, 6 sc in the second ch from the hook, join to form a circle,

R: 2 - Ch 2, sc in the first st, ch2, sc in next st, repeat 3 more times, join

R: 3 - In each 2 ch space,( sc, dc, dc, sc,) to form each petal,
 slst in each sc, repeat 4 more times, for 5 petals total.

Place on collar, and sew in place with matching yarn.
I hope you enjoy this pattern...
I am really enjoying designing them. 
And remember there are nine more collar patterns to go!  
Next week, Collar #4 you want a hint about
 next week's collar ?  Think Spooky!


Kyla said...

I stumbled upon this site while looking for doggie booties (found them of course) and have been perusing your free patterns :D

I actually decided to take the collar part of this pattern, elongate it a bit, made the ties longer, and made a flower from a pattern I found elsewhere. It became a headband for me for Christmas (I used a Christmas variegated yarn).

I'm still a little bit novice to crocheting, even though I started 10 years ago. I just learned a few stitches that my original teacher neglected to teach me. This is also one of the first patterns I've been able to read - everything else I've made was freehand! Thank you for the easy-to-read pattern!

Posh Pooch Designs said...

Thanks for the compliment, you are very welcome.

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