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094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : 094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva
094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva
094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva
094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva
094 Orange Cat Arestarh Pertseva

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet in rounds, Single crochet, Increasing, Decreasing, Slip stitch

Pattern Description:

Pattern written using USA terminology

This pattern is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions (29 pages with detailed instructions, tips, photos illustrating the process)

Yes, You may sell Items made using this pattern (please read terms in the pattern)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approx. 25 cm (10 inches) high.


  • Yarn o Body - 100 gr any moderately fuzzy orange yarn. Weight - Light Fingering. Yardage - 492 - 656 yards (450 - 600 meters) per 100 grams (3.52 ounces). Fibers - mohair, angora is the best choice.
  • Paws - 30 g of any not too fuzzy white yarn.
  • Mouth - leftovers (approx. 5 m (6 yards)) of black yarn.
  • Tongue - leftovers (approx. 5 m (6 yards)) of pink yarn.
  • Hook 1.5 mm (or other matching your yarn) (US steel hook - 8, UK steel hook - 4 1/2).
  • 2 eyes for toys for the pupils (0.7 - 1 cm in diameter). You can also use round shank buttons, half beads, beads, etc.
  • Polymer clay
  • White 50 g of (which can be baked in the oven) for the eyes, fangs, and claws. The amount of clay depends on the toy size.
  • Pink-orange - 10 g for the nose (I mixed red, orange and some white clay).
  • Single core copper wire - 6 m (6.56 yards) for the frame (amount depends on the size of the toy). Diameter should be 0.8 to 1 mm. The wire should be quite hard and keep the shape well.
  • Fishing line for whiskers.
  • Super glue (transparent).
  • Tapestry needle for tightening.
  • Stuffing. It is better to use hollofiber.
  • Plaster - adhesive-backed fabric tape 1-1.5 cm wide to work up the wire (the tape you use to cover wounds (first aid)).
  • Eye shadows or pencils for tinting.

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