Spiked dog collar crochet pattern

Crochet spiked dog collar free pattern by @hookabee crochet (www.hookabee.com) #crochet #pattern #dogcollar #dogs #free #freepattern
Now all the dogs in your life can (sort of) look rough and tough with this free pattern  Ok, so a spiked dog collar is not amigurumi, but it is FOR cutie animals!

You can customize the pattern to fit your own dog and I include step-by-step photos throughout.

This is an easy level pattern that involves single crochet, magic ring, increasing, and attaching pieces.

Materials needed:

  • H US (5 mm) hook
  • E US (3.5 mm) hook
  • Worsted weight yarn in two colours
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn/tapestry needle
  • Polyester fiberfill stuffing (optional)

The amount of yarn needed varies according to the size of the dog
you are making the collar for. For my sample, made for a small
dog (toy breed), I used approximately:
Black – 32 yds (29 m)
Grey – 17.5 yds (16 m)

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Crochet spiked dog collar free pattern by @hookabee crochet (www.hookabee.com) #crochet #pattern #dogcollar #dogs #free #freepattern


11 thoughts on “Spiked dog collar crochet pattern

  1. 👋 hello,
    I love the look of this it’s super cute! I have it almost finished , but I’m having trouble. How am I supposed to get the spikes on to the collar? I got one on but Since it’s a long narrow tube I can’t get my fingers inside. There most be a trick? Thanks for the pattern and any help you can give me.

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    1. Hello! Thank you for reaching out with a question. To attach the spikes, you can sew them onto the front loops that are exposed on the surface of the collar due to crocheting through the back loops only. That way you don’t have to bring your needle into the small tube at all, just under those loops! Does that make sense?


  2. I’m having trouble making the spikes. I can’t seem to get them shaped correctly. Do you happen to have a video tutorial?


    1. Hello Renee,
      I have changed the file so it is MUCH smaller now. I prefer not to post the pattern on here because I have a lot of images and formatting in my patterns, but hopefully with the smaller file size you can now download it!


  3. Hi!
    When I saw this collar I just knew it was made for my doxie princess 😉
    I made it for her, it is an easy pattern to follow and it is such fun to work on it.
    Also comments that we got outside on walks are great!
    Thanks for making this pattern!
    Greetings from Zagreb/Croatia!

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