Regular kittens are stitched on 7-count plastic canvas using worsted-weight yarn and mini kittens are stitched on 10-count plastic canvas using sport-weight yarn.
Designed by Cherie Leck.
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December 3, 2014
Absolutely darling. I have arthritis in my hands. So I used hot glue to put head and body together, as stitching was too painful, worked great. Put ribbon around neck with a small bell. Sold many at craft show.
November 16, 2014
This is an awesome pattern. The instructions are clear and easy to read, and the pattern is color coded so it's very easy to follow. Connecting the head to the body is the only part that gives me any kind of trouble but the more I make them the easier it is to do. My friends and co-workers absolutely love them and I've made several as gifts for their kids. I highly recommend it.
September 16, 2014
I made the first one in purple and lavender for a young'un. So darned cute. Then I crocheted a scarf, the ruffle kind and she is so adorable! Must make many of these. Easy to follow pattern, love being able to download!
July 11, 2014
If you love kitties, this one's for you! So easy and fun, they can stand alone, put on a mobile or just perch somewhere for a game of peek-a-boo. My cats love them as a toy, especially when stuffed them with catnip! The two sizes let you create a whole family with any color you want. Cute, cute, cute! The downloaded version of instructions came through clear and easy to follow.