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Crochet Pattern Tutorial for a cute crochet cat

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  1. Hkeltiere
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Mesh for the new pet: this is how easy you knit this cute cat.

The abbreviations at a glance:

  • right: right
  • Left: Left
  • Round: round
  • str .: knit
  • MS: pattern set
  • M .: mesh
  • Nd: needle
  • initially: increase
  • U .: envelope
  • bind off: bind off
  • LL .: run length
  • continued: continuous
  • R .: row
  • initially: increase
  • Rdm .: edge stitch
  • decrease: decrease
  • over / under: cover
  • Connection: stop
  • knl .: ball
  • N .: Needle
  • U: envelope
  • Lm .: air mesh

Material:

  • Wool (polyacrylic)
  • white wool rest (for nose and whiskers)
  • Cat's Eye
  • Chenilla wires or pipe cleaners (for tail)
  • granules
  • Bastelwatte
  • crochet hook
  • sewing needle

Knitting pattern for a cute knitted cat

Techniques:

knit stitches, increase stitches and remove stitches

Tip: Choose the size of the crochet hook smaller by 0.5 mm than indicated on the wool, resulting in a narrow stitch pattern that prevents the cotton wool from showing through.

Head:

1st round: Crochet 6 sts (dc) in a string = 6 sts

2nd round: double every dc = 12 sts

3rd round: double every 2 sts = 18 sts

4th round: double every 3rd st = 24 sts

5th round: double every 4th st = 30 sts

6th round: double every 5th st = 36 sts

ROUND 7: every 6 sts doubles = 42 sts

ROUND 8: every 7 sts = 48 sts

9th round: double every 8th st = 54 sts

10th round: double every 9 sts = 60 sts

ROUND 11: every 10 sts doubles = 66 sts

12th round: double every 11 sts = 72 sts

13th round: to 23rd round: fM = 72 sts

Tip: A more beautiful stitch pattern results when crocheting stitches (decrease) is only made with the crochet hook in the front stitch arches.

Round 24: every 11th row = 66 sts

25th round: every 10th row = 60 sts

26 rounds: every 9th row = 54 sts

Rd 27: every 8th M abn = 48 sts

28th round: every 7th row = 42 sts

29th round: every 6th row = 36 sts

30 rounds: every 5th round off = 30 sts

Tip: When ending a body part, let the thread last longer before cutting it off. The thread can then be used to sew the parts.

Body:

ROUND 1: Crochet 6 dc in a string = 6 sts

2nd round: double every dc = 12 sts

3rd round: double every 2nd stitch = 18 sts

4th round: double every 3rd stitch = 24 sts

5th round: double every 4th stitch = 30 sts

6th round: double every 5th stitch = 36 sts

7th round: double every 6th stitch = 42 sts

8th round: double every 7th stitch = 48 sts

9th round: double every 8th stitch = 54 sts

10th round: double every 9th stitch = 60 sts

ROUND 11: Duplicate every 10th stitch = 66 sts

12th round: double every 11th stitch = 72 sts

ROUND 13: double every 12th stitch = 78 sts

RO14: Double every 13th stitch = 84 sts

15th round: double every 14th stitch = 90 sts

16th round: (pierce only in the back loop of the bow) dc = 90 sts

17th round: until 31st round: fm = 90 m

32nd round: every 14th round = 84 sts

33./34. Rd: fM = 84 sts

35th round: every 14th round = 78 sts

36./37. Rd: fM = 78 m

38th round: every 12th st = 72 sts

39./40: Rd: fm = 72 m

41st round: every 11th round = 66 sts

42./43. Rd: fM = 66 m

44th round: every 10th row = 60 sts

45./46. Rd: fM = 60 m

47th round: every 9th row = 54 sts

48./49. Rd: fM = 54 sts

50th round: every 8th row = 48 sts

51./52. Rd: fM = 48 m

53rd round: every 7th row = 42 sts

54./55. Rd: fM = 42 sts

56th round: every 6th row = 36 sts

57./58. Rd: fM = 36 m

59th round: every 5th st = 30 sts

60th round: fM = 30 m

Ears (crochet 2 times):

ROUND 1: Crochet 6 dc in a string = 6 sts

2nd round: double every dc = 12 sts

3rd round: double every 3 sts = 16 sts

4th round: double every 4th st = 20 sts

5th round: double every 5th st = 24 sts

6th round to 11th round: fM = 24 sts

Tail:

ROUND 1: Crochet 6 dc in a string = 6 sts

2nd round: double every dc = 12 sts

3rd round: fM to desired tail length (in the picture 21 cm)

Completion:

Pierce the safety eyes through your head and fix them inside with the included lens.

Tip: Before piercing through the head, widen the hole with a crochet or knitting needle.

Fill your head with the crafting cotton. For better stand fill the body in the lower quarter with granules and the rest with crafting cotton. Sew your head to the body with the long end of the thread. The ears are sewn unfilled to the head. Put 2 or 3 chenille wires in the tail and sew this to the body as well. At the end, embroider the nose and whiskers with the white wool.

Tip: If a sachet with 800 g of dried peas is incorporated into the lower part of the body, the cat can be used as a door or window stopper.

Here is the knitting instructions for download!

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