Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Dog Bootie Pattern for Those little Paws

Dog Bootie Crochet Pattern for those 
Little Paws.

Many Friends , Family and Customers
 have been asking for Dog Booties or 
dog bootie crochet patterns. 
Not boots, but little booties to keep 
their little paws warm in the house on 
winter days. 
 I thought a lot about it, and took a good
 look at my dogs paws.....
Maximo, his paws and his booties.
Maximo's Paws are very tiny, aren't they cute!
 so I wanted the booties to fit snug but not be tight.
 I also wanted them to be size adjustable.

Before you start , measure up your dog's legs,
 front and back leg measurements may be
 different depending on breed of dog, as well. 
You determine how tall you want them.
 I experimented with different lengths on Maximo
 to see what was more comfortable.

See the Video Tutorial on my Youtube Channel at this  LINK

Dog Bootie Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please, add this to your favorites on  Ravelry

Skill : Easy

Crochet Hook : H
Yarn : Worsted Weight (4)I used "I love This yarn" Navy blue and Variegated.
Yarn needle
Puffy paint to make the slip free sole.

Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Skip (sk)

Sizing:  XXS - M ( 2-20 lb dogs)

Notes: Make 4
Ch 1  does not count as a st.

R: 1 - With solid color, Ch 3 , in second ch from the hook,
6 sc, join in a circle, ch 1

R: 2 - 2 sc in each st around, ch1

( Skip to R: 4 for xxs-xs, 2-5 lb dogs, approx.)

R: 3 -( for S- M, 6-12 lb dogs, approx) 2 sc in first st,
 1 sc in the next st, repeat around, join , ch 1

R: 4 - 1 hdc in each st, join ch 1

R: 5-8 - Repeat R : 4

R: 9 - Change to color 2 - variegated, * 1 hdc in the first st,
 ch1, sk the next st, repeat from * around, join, ch 1

R: 10 - 1 hdc in each st and ch sp, join, ch 1

R: 11 - 1 hdc in each st, join, ch 1

R: 12 - 1 hdc in each st, join, tie off.

Ties: Ch 55, cut yarn. tie a knot at each end and
 lace through bootie at row 9 and tie a bow in the front.

Remember to make 4 booties!

Next weeks Free Crochet Pattern will be : By Special Request..........
 Bone Shaped Poo Bag/ purse..Now doesn't that sound fun!



Sharon Marie said...


bessie's mommy said...

I have a Great Dane, Bessie, she's white and black and gray. I thnk she would look great in a HOT PINK pair of these. we live i ohio and her teeth chatter when she comes in durring the winter.

Julie said...

I just made them. They are very easy to make. My dog is a female, so I add a scaloped edge to the top. Now she is going to be so cute.

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Lee Ann said...

These dog booties are so cute. Unfortunately my dogs would see them as toys to play with-they have a pair of old men's socks with knots tied in them.
I do like this pattern though. Thank you very much! :)___
Lee Ann
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Posh Pooch Designs said...

lee Anne, Love your blog!

Jessica D said...

I'm a little confused on how to do this. What do you mean when it says "With solid color, Ch 3 , in second ch from the hook, 6 sc, join in a circle" how do you Sc 6 when you only ch 3?

Posh Pooch Designs said...

Thanks for the Question.
Basically you need to stitch 6 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, then join to the first sc with a sl st.

Thanks, Sara

Anonymous said...

thank you!! You are such a life saver!! We adopted 2 rescue dogs from down south. We live in Vemont. One of the dogs is having a real hard time with the cold/snow. It is in the teens today, He is not out there for more than 3 minutes and either he is hopping on 3 legs to come back in or he gets to the steps and stops all together like he can't make his feet work anymore. I have to go out and carry him up the steps. When he comes in he is shaking his paws and walking very stiffly. Tonight i make him some booties until i can get some dog boots with leather to protect his little feet. The other dog doesn't seem to have a problem. Thank you so much!!!!

Posh Pooch Designs said...

So happy you like the pattern, my pups love them.

Anonymous said...

Hi I am only twelve but is it supposed to have a hole at the bottom and how do you hide the extra yarn.plz reply.

Posh Pooch Designs said...

Glad you are crocheting, even if you are only 12. :) YOu will get a hole in the bottom if you crochet loosely. Everyone crochets different.
You can thread a needle with the yarn, and sew the hole closed.

Thanks, Sara

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Unknown said...

Just made one set for my little girl and I'm going to make a second for my little guy next! It gets so icy here I'm going to add hot glue to the bottom for grips :)

Ash Green said...

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