Couture wrap to adorn your beloved Cat
My earliest memories include a huge grey striped tom named Mickey. I didn't know my parents were sensitive until I was grown and gone. They never had pets and believed that this was an important part of childhood. They were right and i am grateful for the gift of living with
and having fur folks. So in hommage to the many felines who have taught, loved and comforted me, I created this bit of human
Approximate Hours to Complete: 4
Tools needed: 5mm hook or size to meet gauge, 2 stitch markers, Yarn Needle (if button option chosen)
Medium large: 188 yds/3 oz worsted weight yarn
Pattern Difficulty: Intermediate
Small 8- 12"L
Medium Large 14-16"L
Chest 10-14" C
With a soft measuring tape, measure the cat along the back from the base of the neck to the base of the tail. This measurement is the length.
The neck measurement is simply the circumference of the cat's neck.
The chest measurement is measured just behind the cat's front legs, around the ribcage at the broadest point.
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) [Information on yarn weights]
5.0 mm (H)
170 - 200 yards (155 - 183 m)
small, medium, medium-large, large
Long, long ago, far, far away, when the subway cost a quarter and the corner drugstore was also an ice cream parlor where a little girl sipped vanilla egg creams, her mother, who made her wonderful ...
Long, long ago, far, far away, when the subway cost a quarter and the corner drugstore was also an ice cream parlor where a little girl sipped vanilla egg creams, her mother, who made her wonderful clothes, showed her how to crochet. Her father taught her how to solder and make a tuner.View all patterns by designer (41) »