15 Crochet Gift Ideas For Dog Lovers

Do you have a dog lover in your life? Or maybe you are a dog lover. These crochet gift ideas directed at those who love pups is perfect for you. You will find a variety of designs all with a dog theme, from clothing for the pups to décor for the home. Get all the dog lovers scratched off your holiday list.

PInterest pin of crochet gift ideas for dog lovers with gray paw print pillow, blue dog sweater, and orange crossbody doggy bag.

In this post filled with crochet patterns, you will find pillows, coasters, dog sweaters, bags to aid on your daily walks, amigurumi and more. While most of these are free patterns, some are not.

A picture collage of crochet gift ideas for dog lovers.

Crochet Gift Ideas For Dog Lovers

Crochet Gift of a blue dog sweater on a small white furry dog.

Cabled Dog Sweater by A Crocheted Simplicity

Find the pattern HERE

Gray crochet pawprint pillow.

Paw Print Pillow Cover by Jo To The World

Find the pattern HERE

Multi colored crochet dog bed with a small brown dog sitting on top of it.

Brookie’s Pet Bed by Snappy Tots

Find the pattern HERE

Crossbody Doggy Bag by Madame Stitch

Find the pattern HERE

Crochet pawprint bookmark with a heart on the other end. Perfect crochet gift.

Paw Print Bookmark by TimmelCrochet

Find the pattern HERE

Crochet Puppy Dog by Jenn Hayes Creations

Find the pattern HERE

Crochet gift idea of pawprint coasters.

Paw Print Coasters by Jo To The World

Find the pattern HERE

Chewy’s Dog Sweater by A Crocheted Simplicity

Find the pattern HERE

Dash The Crochet Dog by Chai Coffee Crochet

Find the pattern HERE

C2C Best in Show Blanket by Make and Do Crew

Find the pattern HERE

Crochet dog hat gift idea. Blue and yellow hat on a golden retriever.

Dog Hat by Golden Lucy Crafts

Find the pattern HERE

Puppy Dog Ornament by TimmelCrochet

Find the pattern HERE

Flip Flop Puppy by Darling Maple Designs

Find the pattern HERE

Easy Dog Sweater by Make and Do Crew

Find the pattern HERE

Tuxedo Dog Bandana by Jo To The World

Find the pattern HERE

I hope you enjoyed this menagerie of crochet gift ideas. Did you find the perfect present to make your loved one? Did you grab some good ideas for your own dog?

If you enjoyed this round up, check out my other collections:

10 Dog Sweater Crochet Patterns

Awesome Dog Amigurumi

15 Crochet Dog Accessories

Do you struggle with dog measurements? How do I measure my dog? How big or small should I make something for my dog? What measurements should I make a dog sweater, hat, bandana?

Struggle no more with my free Dog Measurement Guide. You will find all you need to become a pro with all your measurement needs. Learn more about it HERE

Have a pawsome day!

Crochet Dog Toy Pattern

Do you like to make your own crochet dog toy or make some to donate to your local animal shelter? The Sleepy Moon Dog Toy is perfect for these endeavors. It’s big and cuddly and ideal for the larger dog that likes to carry their toys around. For the smaller dogs, it could easily be used as a pillow or for company when their human has to be away.

Disclaimer: I would not recommend this toy for a dog who is an extreme chewer.

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Pinterest Pin with a crochet dog toy shaped like a moon is sitting in a toy box on top of other dog toys.

Supplies Needed

Super Bulky #6 {I used Bernat Blanket Yarn}

Estimated yardage: 100 yds moon color; 20-30 yds hat color

US L (7mm) hook{I highly recommend Furls Streamlines}

Optional: small amount #4 black yarn for embroidered eye and mouth

Polyfil Stuffing

Large eye tapestry needle


12” long x 6” wide


Advanced Beginner +


  • Using the super bulky makes an extremely big toy. Substitute a smaller weight yarn and hook size for a smaller toy.
  • This toy is recommended more for dogs who like to carry or cuddle their toys, not recommended for a heavy chewer.
  • Your circle may start to get wavy as you increase. Once you fold in half and stuff, the wave will go away.
A crochet red and gray hat surrounded by two square pieces of leather with dog prints on them and wooden laser engraved name plate(TimmelCrochet) and logo disc featuring a dog with a bone in its mouth.

The Sleepy Moon Dog Toy feature in Rescue Dog Blog Hop

This crochet dog toy was featured in Rescue Dog Blog Hop hosted by Madame Stitch. Designers got together to offer items suitable to make/donate for rescue dogs. You can click the button below to check out all the designs available.

Thank you for supporting this awesome event. Rescue dogs will always have a special place in my heart, as I’m sure they do in yours as well.

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Crochet Dog Pillow Crochet Pattern

Make this cute crochet dog pillow for your favorite Fido. This soft, cuddly friend is perfect to rest their weary head. It’s made with blanket yarn for that extra squishy factor. It’s also the right size for a small sized dog to curl up on it and take a nap.

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A Pinterest pin of a gray and white crochet dog pillow sitting on a red cushion on a wicker chair. There is a brown fence and grass in the background.

Supplies Needed:

Super Bulky #6 {I used Bernat Blanket yarn} 

Estimated yardage: 200 yds MC, 40 yds CC, 10-20 yds black{I used 2 strands of #4 for eyes/nose}, optional: small scraps of #4 white

US L (7 mm) Hook {I love Furls Streamline}

12 inch round pillow insert

Small amount of stuffing for muzzle and ears

4 Stitch markers


6 hdc=2” 3 rows=2”

Finished size is 12″ diameter with the ears adding 2″ on each side. This pattern is suitable for Advanced Beginner and up.

This crochet dog pillow feature in Rescue Dog Blog Hop

This pillow was featured in Rescue Dog Blog Hop hosted by Madame Stitch. This event featured designs you could make to help shelter dogs be adopted or bring them comfort while they wait for their “furever” home.

If you missed the event, you can still see the items available to make and donate. Click the button below for the round up of patterns.

Thank you to those who supported this wonderful event. I devoted 20 years of my life working in the kennel of a no-kill animal shelter. I know firsthand how much these dogs appreciate having a soft blanket or toy to cuddle as they wait for that special someone to rescue them.

Do you like making homemade treats for your pup? Or make some to donate to a shelter near you. Check out a recipe HERE

Check out my free patterns HERE

You can also purchase all dog-related designs in my shops.

Join my pack for members only discounts, pattern releases, and receive a free Dog Measurement Guide.

Get Your Free Guide Here!

Have a Pawsome Day!

Crochet Dog Pattern Dress Up Pup

Do you know a child coping with something hard in life, bullying, illness, anxiety? Or maybe they just need a cute, cuddly friend. This crochet dog amigurumi pattern is just what you need. Dress Up Pup is the perfect companion to cheer them up and help them feel less alone. With two outfits to choose from, the child gets to choose which one the dog should wear.

And who says you even need a child to give it to. If you’re a big kid at heart, make one for yourself. It’s a super easy pet with little maintenance other than changing it’s clothes and giving it a hug after a hard day!

It also comes with with a downloadable, printable PDF “Adoption Sheet” where the child or you gets to name the pup, choose it’s age, date of adoption, even the pup’s favorite treat.

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Supplies Needed

-Worsted Weight #4  (I used Red Heart Soft “Wheat” for the Pup, a hand dyed yarn for girl clothes, and Red Heart Super Saver “Icelandic” for boy clothes)

-Estimated yardage: 325 yds for the Pup, 55 yds for each set of clothing

Black/ white embroidery floss or thin yarn{for around eyes, eyelashes, and mouth}

-US G(4 mm) Furls Hook

15 mm safety eyes

19 mm safety dog nose

Polyfil Stuffing

-Needle for sewing

-Optional: Pins for holding pieces in place for sewing

Skill Level

Confident Advanced Beginner (You should have a basic knowledge of amigurumi construction)

Finished crochet dog is 9″ tall and 8″ long

The girl outfit is a super charming ruffled sun hat with ear holes and a criss- cross design sun dress with a ruffled bottom.

Tan Crochet dog wearing a pink crochet sun hat and sundress.

The boy outfit is a cute baseball cap with ear holes and T-shirt.

Tan Crochet dog wearing a blue multi crochet baseball cap and T-shirt.

Both outfits are included in the pattern. In the future, I will also be designing new outfits for purchase separately.

Also included is a PDF “Adoption Sheet.” You can print it on regular paper or for extra sturdiness on cardstock. It gives a little extra joy for the child or you to choose and fill out the sections for the pup.

Dress Up Pup crochet dog feature in Spring Exclusives 2022 Curated by Cosy Rosie UK

Each day from March 1-25 a featured designer will release a brand new premium pattern for 50% off. Dress Up Pup was released on March 12th. See the other designs available by clicking the button below.

Spring Exclusives Bundle

You can get all 25 patterns right now including Dress Up Pup, most of which haven’t even been released yet. With the Spring Exclusives Bundle, you can get all the patterns for about $.72 cents apiece.

These patterns and more included in the bundle

Some of my other Amigurumi Patterns you may be interested in:

Snow Pup

Puppy Pot

Find my free patterns HERE

When you sign up for my newsletter, you can get a free dog measurement guide. Get your free guide HERE

Have a Pawsome Day!

Easy Homemade Dog Treats

We all love our dogs and want to feed them the best. This is sometimes attained by making our own homemade dog treats. You can feel good about giving your furry family member something wholesome and yummy. Here you will find a simple recipe for delicious treats your dog will be begging for.

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An info-graphic for homemade dog treats with pictures of pumpkin, oats, peanut butter, and a white dog.

Homemade Dog Treats Ingredients

Disclaimer: Do not use peanut butter with xylitol, which is deadly for dogs!

For these very simple treats, you will only need 3 ingredients. Super easy!

1 cup old fashioned oats

1/3 cup pumpkin

1/4 cup all natural peanut butter

A whole lot of love–okay that’s technically 4 ingredients 🙂

Golden Retriever with a homemade dog treat sitting on nose.
Photo by McDobbie Hu on Unsplash

Your dog will love these treats so much, maybe they will even do a special trick!

Make your pet a cartoon. Click the image below to find out how.


Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

Add oats to a food processor and blend to make flour. Some lumps are alright. In a bowl, add the processed oats, pumpkin, and peanut butter. Combine until dough forms.

Roll out dough with rolling pin and cut shapes with cookie cutters. Place on cookie sheet and bake for 30 minutes.

Cool on wire rack.

Place in an airtight container and store in refrigerator for 1-2 weeks. If your dog lets them last that long, “wink, wink”!


Let me know in the comments if your dog loves these treats.

Other homemade dog treats

My good friend, Annie has just started a wonderful business making homemade dog treats and dog food. She Knows Dogs, LLC. I bought a sampler pack of treats from her, and my pups couldn’t get enough. She uses quality ingredients and puts a lot of love in them. Her motto is “Feel great about what you are giving your best friend.”

A whole pile of small, round homemade dog treats.

Her website is currently a work in progress, but you can find her contact info there.

She Knows Dogs, LLC

You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram

You won’t be disappointed!

Have you seen the book on Amazon from Dr. Gary Richter, #1 Amazon Best Selling Author? He’s also been named America’s Favorite Veterinarian. It’s a guide for western medicine and alternative care that helps you navigate the world of pet health and nutrition.

If you love to spoil your dogs with handmade gifts or you crochet and are looking for dog related crochet patterns, take a look at either of my shops.

Check out some of my free dog related crochet patterns HERE

Dog Measurement Guide

Do you know how to measure your dog? Are you aware of the typical measurements of dogs? If you have any plans to buy or make your own dog clothes, it’s important to know these things. I have a free 3 page dog measurement guide to help you out.

You can find it HERE

Have a pawsitively pawsome day!

Dog Measurement Guide

Do you struggle with measurements when it comes to making your own crochet dog clothes? Not sure what size to get when buying your dog clothes? This handy dog measurement guide is the answer to your dilemma.

Included in this free guide is how and where to measure your dog. You will find typical measurements for each size. There is also a handy sheet to print and keep track of all those measurements.

A puppy get measured with a green measuring tape.

How to get your free dog measurement guide

Grab your free three page guide and have confidence the next time to make a dog sweater or hat. Know the correct size to buy when shopping online or in stores.

Check out some patterns to try out your new found skills:

10 Dog Sweater Crochet Patterns

Flower Dog Bandana

I love to see your makes! Tag me on social media @timmelcrochet

Have a Pawsome Day!

Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

A cute snow pup for your holiday decorating. This amigurumi crochet pattern is sure to please all the dog lovers. Who can resist this cute fellow with his matching hat and scarf combo? I’m sure you have the perfect person on your holiday list to make this pup for.

A unique feature of this “SnowPup” is the use of Styrofoam balls instead of stuffing. Crochet the outside and insert the balls. By cutting a small slice off one of the Stryofoams, the pup is able to stand.

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For this amigurumi crochet pattern, you will need these supplies

Worsted Weight #4  (I used Red Heart Super Saver)

Estimated yardage: 100 yds White, 50 yds Hat/Scarf color

US F(3.75mm) Hook

Two 3 3/8” Styrofoam balls

15 mm eyes

15 mm dog nose

2 small pom poms or buttons

Craft glue/hot glue

Small amount of stuffing for muzzle


Pup stands about 8″. 10″ including hat and Pom Pom.

Skill Level

Advanced Beginner +

Pinterest Pin of an amigurumi crochet pattern of a snow dog wearing a light blue pom pom hat and scarf. A small white lit ceramic tree is in the background.

Featured in Gifts of the Season Blog Hop

Snow Pup was featured in Gifts of the Season hosted by Creative Snugglies. You can still see all the patterns in the round up by clicking the button below. Some will be paid, some may be free.

Purchase this amigurumi crochet pattern below

Love Snow Pup? Even though he’s cold, he warms your heart. Get a hold of him below in either of my shops.

Amigurumi crochet pattern of a white snow pup wearing a light blue pom pom hat and scarf. A white Christmas tree and small snowflake and star decorations are in the background.

Do you like the props used in this winter scene? I found them at the Dollar Tree. They have so many good photo props.

Dollar Tree

Here are a couple other amigurumi crochet patterns you may like:

Puppy Pot

Puppy Ornament

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Have a Pawsome Day!

Hooded Tiger Blanket Crochet Pattern

This hooded tiger blanket holds a special place in my heart. While I tend to stick to dog-related designs, I’ve decided to share it to coincide with Give Something Away Day, on July 15th, 2021. Read on to find out why this blanket is dear to me, and how you can get a free download of the pattern.

“Giving benefits us all… The giver also benefits. Giving not only makes us feel good but it teaches gratitude, too. Whether we give financially or by offering our skills and services, we lift others up.”

Quote by: https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-give-something-away-day-july-15/

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How the Hooded Tiger Blanket Came About

A few years ago, I was scrolling through Facebook and saw a pattern for a child size Hooded Unicorn Blanket by BriAbby. You can find that pattern HERE.

My granddaughter absolutely adores unicorns, and I loved unicorns before they were cool. So, of course, the thought that popped into this grandma’s head, “This is the perfect Christmas gift for her.” I bought the pattern, got the yarn in all the pretty pinks and purples she loves, and made this beautiful unicorn blanket. Needless to say, she absolutely loved it.

A friend of the family, who played on a softball team with Tigers in their name, asked, “Can you make an adult sized, tiger one?” And my brain went, “Hmmmm.” And the Hooded Tiger Blanket was born. Oh, and that family friend adored the blanket.

Another reason the blanket is special

My son, Jesse, modeled the blanket for me in all the photos. He is autistic and socially distanced as most with this condition are. He keeps to himself and stays out of the limelight. Quiet frogs and turtles are more his scene, not loud, roaring tigers.

Can you say thrilled? That was me when he agreed to be my model. He had fun and was quite amused(as you can see from the smirk on his face) as I repositioned the blanket several times trying to get it just right for the photo. A cherished memory was made that day for both of us.

A young man sitting on a black leather couch wearing a crochet Hooded Tiger Blanket.

How this Hooded Tiger Blanket gave something to me

“Cha-ching” What a wonderful, musical sound. The Etsy App sound. If you are a handmade seller, you know what I’m talking about. The Hooded Tiger Blanket was my very first sale on Etsy in not one, but two shops. What are the odds of that?

Give Something Away Day

So now, I want to give back. On July 15, 2021 starting at 12 am EST for 24 hours, to celebrate Give Something Away Day, you can get a free PDF download of the Hooded Tiger Blanket. Click the Ravelry Button below, which will take you to the pattern. Upon checkout, use coupon code GIVEBACK to get your free pattern. This will only work on the date listed above.

Pattern Instructions includes 2 sizes:

Teen/Adult Size: 79″ x 60″

Child Size:  50″ x 45″


#4 worsted weight yarn in Orange, Black, and a little White for the ears

US I (5.5 mm) and J (6 mm) hooks     

Needle for sewing on parts

Optional: Pins (They keep pieces in place while sewing)

Close up picture of young man in wearing the hood of a Hooded Tiger Blanket.

Several of my designer friends are participating in Give Something Away Day as well. Check out their posts below to see what they are giving away.

Sweet Potato 3 Christine is sharing a cute peppermint twist hat.

Creative Snugglies Christina is sharing amigurumi dolphins.

Here are some of my others patterns and posts you may like:

Puppy Pot

10 Dog Sweater Crochet Patterns

Puppy Dog Ornament

Do you love pattern bundles? You can get these amazing Summer Exclusives, Curated by Cosy Rosie UK designs for one super low price.

Subscribe to my newsletter for member only discounts, and get a treat HERE

Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @timmelcrochet or Join my Facebook group TimmelCrochet For Dogs

Have a pawsome day and don’t forget to give something away. You’ll feel terrific after!


Amigurumi Dog and Plant Cozy Crochet Pattern

Puppy Pot is a crochet pattern for an amigurumi dog and plant/basket cozy all in one. It’s as cute as it is functional. You can keep all your crochet hooks close at hand on your desk. Make one for a child to keep their pens and pencils. Pop a small plant in it to brighten your space. It makes the perfect dog lover gift.

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Pinterest pin of an amigurumi dog with the text Amigurumi Pattern and Puppy Pot.

Supplies Needed For Amigurumi Dog/Pot Cozy

  • #4 acrylic yarn—I used Red Heart Soft 275 yds MC, 15 yds CC for belly
  • 12 mm safety eyes
  • 15 mm safety nose
  • I used a small amount of DK yarn for the white around the eyes.
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • 3 1/2″ diameter x 4″ high container (I used an empty frosting can)

Abbreviations Used:

MC=main color

CC=contrasting color 

Rnd: Round     

MR=magic ring

sc=single crochet



Inv Dec=invisible decrease



dc=double crochet

BL=back loops

yo=yarn over

Special Stitches Used:

Puff Stitch

Popcorn Stitch

Skill Level:

Easy to Intermediate: general knowledge of amigurumi needed

This premium crochet pattern is available in both my Ravelry and Etsy shops. It is a 7 page PDF. It includes written instructions for special stitches. For those who are visual learners, there are links to video tutorials as well. The puppy is 8″ high. I used an empty frosting can for the cozy insert. Yay for recycling!

Click either button below to snag your copy today.

Short Video Amigurumi Dog

My testers loved making their amigurumi dog. Check out their versions below.

Perfect Dog Lover’s Gift

The Puppy Pot would make the perfect gift for the dog lover in your life. Christmas, Birthday, or Just Because, anyone would love to receive this cute pup. Children would love to keep their treasures in the pot. I like to put a faux succulent in mine as well.

Gray amigurumi dog with white belly with a crochet plant cozy. A nameplate with TimmelCrochet sits in front of the dog.

When you make the Puppy Pot, I would love to see your version. Tag me on Facebook or Instagram @timmelcrochet or share in my Facebook Group Timmelcrochet For Dogs

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Here is another amigurumi dog pattern you might enjoy:

Puppy Dog Ornament

Thanks for popping in! Have a pawsome day!


Walk on Your Wild Side Wildlife Edition

Walk on Your Wild Side Day is April 12th, and it encourages us to take a chance. It’s a call to the inner strength within you, to do something out of your comfort zone. Do something wild and crazy, and perhaps a little daring.

Quote from www.holidayinsights.com

But, I’m not actually talking about you, though. Your pup is who I’m thinking about. Let them bring out their inner wild side. How do I do that, you ask?

By making and giving them the gift of a Hua Headwarmer, Wildlife Edition. I already know the question you’re about to ask. What is a Hua Headwarmer? Well, you see, Hua(hoo-ah) is an affectionate term we used in a dog daycare I worked at for a Chihuahua.

A cute, tan chihuahua with straight ears looking at the camera for Walk on Your Wild Side Day.
This is a Hua!

And a headwarmer, of course, would be a hat. So Hua Headwarmer=Chihuahua Hat.

Disclaimer: It also fits other small breed dogs similar to the Hua. Psst: don’t tell the chihuahuas that. They think it’s all about them.

Backstory of the Hua Headwarmer

A co-worker at the dog daycare sent me a internet video of a chihuahua wearing a knitted hat with a Pom Pom on top. She asked, “With your rad skills, do you think you can crochet this?” Not one to walk away from a challenge, I said, “Sure, I’ll give it a try.”

The next day to her amazement, I brought in the hat I had made. We popped it on her chihuahua, Banana. The picture below is the result.

A blond chihuahua wearing a crochet hat with a Pom Pom and a blue and orange bandana.
This is the original Hua Headwarmer

A Hua with a Headwarmer! And henceforth, Hua Headwarmers became a hot commodity. They are very popular in the colder weather. All the cool chihuahuas rave about them.

They went a tad viral one holiday season, and I made and sent out over 500 of them in a two month period. There is a Hua Headwarmer in every state. They even went to Spain and France. You can find the original and several other designs, like Puff Stitch, Ribbed, and Double Pom Pom, for custom order in my Etsy Shop.

And because I’m a BIG unicorn lover, you will also find the Hua-corn Headwarmer! I also made a Bunny one. But, I decided to challenge myself even further.

Walk on Your Wild Side Hua Headwarmers

Now, on to the Wildlife Edition. I decided to take the original and add some fun features. A couple of ears here, a couple of horns there, then add a few spots and maybe a mane.

For all my Hua Headwarmers, I use Caron Simply Soft Yarn. It’s soft and easy to work with.

And Viola! Giraffe Hua Headwarmer

It was so cute. I didn’t want to stop there. Why not create a whole line of Wildlife Editions? I started doodling a bunch of pictures.

Now, imagine the theme song to Jaws in your head as you look at the next picture. “Dun,dun,dun,dun”

Walk on Your Wild Side with a shark hat on a stuffed chihuahua.

Bzzzz Bzzzz! What is that buzzing in my ear? It’s a Busy Bee Hua Headwarmer, of course. Yea, technically a bee is not wildlife, but the design got in my head, and I had to do it.

A stuffed dog wearing a bee hat standing next to a square container of succulents.
Cute little bee!

Hua Headwarmer Wildlife Edition Patterns

After I had made these three cute designs, I realized it was a lot more work to make these hats than the original Hua Headwarmer. I made the decision to sell them as crochet patterns only and not products. You can find all three patterns separately and as a bundle in both of my shops. Click either link below.

Oh, I almost forgot to introduce you to my top model in most of the photos. My chihuahua plushie, “Buttercup”, so named by my seven-year-old granddaughter. She loved her so much, she would steal her from me every time she came to visit. So being a very smart and loving Grandma, I bought another one just for her. She named it “Reeses.” But then, she took it home with her and still steals Buttercup when she visits. Ha Ha Ha! Nice try, Grandma!

What’s Next in this Wild Side Series?

What will be the next Hua Headwarmer Wildlife Edition pattern? Let’s see how good your memory is. What wild animal was in the cover photo at the top of the page?

Tsk Tsk! No fair scrolling back to the top.

If you like to learn some interesting things about dogs, check out my post: 15 Cool Facts About Dogs

If you’re a crocheter, check out my Patterns.

I bet you thought I wasn’t going to show you the next Wildlife Edition that will be coming out. Did you guess the correct animal or did you cheat by scrolling?

If you took a Walk on Your Wild Side, you'd definitely see a crocheted lion hat.
If you guessed Lion, good job!

I hope you enjoyed my take on Walk on Your Wild Side Day. Now go do something fun, adventurous and wild!

And if you crochet, and make one of my wild Hua Headwarmers, please tag me on Instagram or Facebook @timmelcrochet

I’ve teamed up with some other crochet bloggers. Why don’t you take a look at their take on Walk on Your Wild Side Day!

Sweet Potato 3

Creative Snugglies

Juniper & Oakes

Madame Stitch

Crochet & Stitch

Millennial Maker Co.

Have a pawsome day!