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Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern

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Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern
Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern
Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern
Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern
Cat's family PDF Crochet Toy Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • All basic stitches
  • 4 treble cluster

Pattern Description:

THIS CROCHET PDF PATTERN CAN BE DOWNLOADED IMMEDIATELY ONCE PAYMENT IS CONFIRMED.

Usually in the beginning of each pattern I write a short story, about it. This time I'll just explain why this gorgeous family was created. My daughter has a Barbie dollhouse, but no dolls. So I thought it would be much nicer if she could play, not with Barbie dolls but with animals. So I made this lovely family of cats.

The pattern includes the adult cat, kitten, adult dress, small dress, basket, vest, shawl and shorts.

The pattern is quite straight forward, detailed with lots of pictures so you won't be lost!

I use USA terminology for my pattern but all the differences are explained in the pattern.

Thanks for your visit!

Gauge:

9 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Cat turns out at a size of 21 cm/8,5 inch
  • baby cat 14 cm/5,5 inch

Materials:

  • For cats - 100g of fingering/4ply yarn
  • For clothes - 50g of fingering/4ply yarn
  • You can choose other yarns with different gauge -however, the dolls measurements will change, so you have to correct eye-size if safety eyes will be used.

You Will Also Need:

  • 6 black beads size 4mm (0.19 inch)
  • Polyester fibrefill
  • 2,5 mm (US 1/B) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  • 20 cm- 7.87 inch of lace
  • 20 cm- 7.87 inch of ribbon

Suggested yarn:

300 yards of Fingering weight



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About the designer

I learned how to crochet in childhood, but since then I haven't crocheted much. When my gorgeous boy arrived and I became a mum, I had more time for craft.
The first thing I made was a vest with ...

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