Basic Skills Necessary:
- Crochet in rounds
- Single crochet
- Slip stitch
- Double crochet
Kittens kittens everywhere?
Kittens chewing on my hair?
Kittens climbing up my jeans?
Kittens hanging from the screens?
There's a kitten on each shoulder?
Will they do this when they're older?
Kittens fighting on the chairs?
Kittens tumbling down the stairs?
There's a kitten on my head?
There's a kitten in the bread!?
There's a kitten in my shoe?
I don't believe we just have two!
I use USA terminology for my pattern (don't worry if you use UK terms, all the differences are explained in the pattern).
This pattern is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions.
Sizing / Finished Measurements:
- Finished size approx. 10 cm (4 inches).
- Hook 1.5 mm
- Grey Kid Mohair - about 100 m. Weight- Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi), 278 yards (254 meters) per 25 grams (0.88 ounces).
- Leftovers of smooth grey yarn (the same tone and weight as mohair) for center of face
- Leftovers of white mohair for buttocks and tummy decor
- Leftovers of white smooth yarn for muzzle
- Leftovers of bright pink smooth yarn for tongue
- 1 black bead for nose (5-6 mm)
- 40 cm of fishing line (preferably silicone which is used for beadwork, then the whiskers will be very nice)
- 30 cm of copper or aluminium wire, 1-1.5 mm diameter
- Stuffing: hollofiber or padding polyester
- 40 cm of black wool thread to mark eyes and anus
- Tapestry needle for tightening
- Strong thread for tightening (dental floss, monothread, etc.)
- Few small pebbles to add weight to the body.
- Piece of Velcro for brushing
- Plaster - adhesive-backed fabric tape the one you use to cover wounds (medical tape);
- Eyeshadow for tinting.
- Felting needle to attach eyes
- Small amount of black felt for eyes
- For the brown kitten:
- You will need the same materials for the body as for the gray kitten plus:
- Small amount of pink felt for the nose and mouth
- 2 eyes for toys 14 mm