Chelsea M. Campbell grew up in the Northwest and currently lives in Seattle. She started knitting when she was eleven and made a large sack for her stuffed dinosaur, which she now refers to as a ...
Chelsea M. Campbell grew up in the Northwest and currently lives in Seattle. She started knitting when she was eleven and made a large sack for her stuffed dinosaur, which she now refers to as a Velociraptor cozy. Besides knitting and crocheting obsessively, Chelsea also writes humorous books for teens and is the author of The Rise of Renegade X, a novel about a teen supervillain whose evil plans are ruined when he discovers his fathers a superhero. Visit her website at http://www.chelseamcampbell.com.View all patterns by designer (4) »
I designed this cat bed after visiting a mobile Humane Society van and noticing a lot of the cats were curled up in their (clean) litter boxes instead of lying on blankets. Their litter boxes offered edges to press againstwhich I know my cats likeand made them feel safer. I went home and created this litter box shaped cat bed, complete with sturdy walls to press against. The wall structure is made by crocheting through the front and back posts and requires no stuffing. And since the bed also uses 100% acrylic yarns (the cheaper and tougher the better), it's easy to throw in the wash and can easily be used at home or donated to a shelter. It's also a good stash buster!
2 stitches and 1 row = 1 inch in double crochet with three strands held together
850 yards of Worsted weight