I finally feel it's time for me to get out there and put some of my knitting patterns out into the wide world. I've been knitting for over 13 years at this point. My mother started me off before I can even remember, and I've been hooked every since!
So, lets get right into it, shall we?
The first pattern to go in this blog is a Kitty Sweater! I've done a bunch of variations with this sweater, and the best part about it is that you can use pretty much any yarn/needle size combo you want! All you have to do is make a small test strip to see the gauge of the yarn and then measure your cat! Then cast on [inches around the widest part of the belly]x[# of stitches in an inch]!
For convenience, I've put down the pattern I normally use for my cat, who weighs about 12 pounds (but not fat). I usually use sock-weight yarn and size 3 (cm + US) needles, which is what the following pattern uses!
[ADDITION!] Here are the patterns I used for the tree sweater and the lyre sweater! They're both very large patterns that take up the whole back of the sweater (lyre = 33st X 37 rows // tree = 60st X 46 rows). If you click on them they should get bigger. If not click here for the Lyre, and here for the Tree!