Cat in Cats Pajama's

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Cat in Cats Pajama's Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This cool cat suggests that you know how to knit/purl, increase/decrease, work in the round on double pointed needles, work short rows, pick up stitiches, and know how to read and work from a written pattern..

Pattern Description:

No stories here, just is the coolest cat around. Knit him some stylish pajamas to walk the town or to cozy up with while taking a cat nap. He is simply irresistible.

Designed for cat lovers and kids alike.

Happy Knitting,

Designed by Mary Martin - The Knitting Needle

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finishe size after felting - approx 13" from head to toe.


  • FOR CAT: Two 100 gr balls of Lopi yarn or equivalent (color of your choice), #10.5 straight and double pointed (dp) knitting needles, #5 pearl cotton, 18 mm plastic cat eyes (eyes should be embroidered if cat is to be handled by small children), polyester fiberfill, large and small stitch holders, plastic markers, tapestry needle. Chenille pipe stems.
  • FOR PAJAMAS: Yarn: Two 50 gr balls worsted weight, colors of choice. Buttons: (3) 1/2 inch . Needles: #5 and #7 both straight and double pointed (dp) knitting needles, or appropriate size for stitch gauge below. Other: Stitch holders, plastic markers, tapestry needle, small bell for neck cord.

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