Thank you for choosing me to knit the sweet cat design I wish you good knits Amigurumi Cat in a Hat Free Crochet Pattern
We knit the head in circular rows. Back center marker. We make offset loops where necessary.
1row – 6 into magic ring
2row – inc * 6 = 12
3row – (1sc, inc) = 18
4row – (2sc, inc) = 24
5row – (3sc, inc) = 30
6row – 30
7row – 7sc, inc, 14sc, inc, 7sc = 32
8row – 8sc, inc, 14sc, inc, 8sc = 34
9row – 8sc, inc, 16sc, inc, 8sc = 36
10row – 36, ps
11row – (5sc, inc) = 42
12row – (6sc, inc) = 48
13row- (7sc, inc) = 54
14-22row (8 rows) – 54,
23row- (7sc, dec) = 48
24row- (6sc, dec) = 42
25row- (5sc, dec) = 36 ps
26row- (4sc, dec) = 30
27row- (3sc, dec) = 24 leave a long thread and move on to knitting other parts
2row-inc * 6 = 12
13-14row-HDC decrease, 3sc, inc, inc, 3sc, HDC decrease
15row-6sc, inc, 5 sc
16row-6sc, inc, 6 sc
17row-7sc, inc, 6 sc
18row-7sc, inc, 7 sc
19row-7sc, inc, 7 sc, inc = 18
20-23-18sc leave thread for sewing
1row-5ch, from the second loop 3sc, 3 in 1, on the other side 3sc, 3 in 1 = 12
2row-3sc, 3 increments, 3 sc, 3 increments = 18
3row-3sc, (1sc, inc) * 3 times, 3 sc, (1sc, inc) * 3 times = 24
5row-22 sc to mid heel, place marker
6row-8sc, (dec HDC) * 4 times, 8 sc = 20
7row-6sc, (dec HDC) * 4 times, 6 sc = 12
9-11row- 12 sc
12row- (inc, 5 sc) = 14
14row-6sc inc = 16 ps
16row-7sc inc = 18
17row-5sc, inc = 21
19row-one increase, 20 sc = 22
24row-4 dec in a circle = 18 sc
25row-1sc, dec = 12 leave thread for sewing
Torso (top to bottom)
1row-6 into magic ring (do not tighten the hole so that you can insert the wire into it)
2row-inc = 12
3row-1sc, inc = 18
4row-2sc, inc = 24
11row-3sc, inc = 30
13row-4sc, inc = 36
15row-5sc, inc = 42
28row-5sc, dec = 36
29row-4sc, dec = 30
30row-3sc, dec = 24
31row-2sc, dec = 18
then you need to insert the wire frame so that it passes from the head, through the hole (which we left into the magic ring in the first row of the body), through the body to the end of the tail (through the loop in knitting). I am not knitting very tightly, the wire runs quite between the loops. My cat is 17 cm in size without taking into account the tail, so for the frame I cut off a wire about 27-30 cm long.
I count 7 rows from the top of the body and insert the wire for the handles, and at the bottom, at about the level of 10-12 rows, insert the wire for the legs. I stuff the torso with holofauber and finish knitting the torso
32row-1sc, dec = 12
1row-6 into magic ring
2row-inc = 12
3row-28row-12 (you can knit a ponytail longer or shorter, as you like)
1row-2 ch, ch turn
2row-2sc, inc, ch, turn
3row-3 sc, inc, ch turn
4row-4sc, inc, ch turn
5row-5sc, inc, ch turn
6row-6sc, inc, ch turn
7row-7sc, inc, ch turn
Tie the eyelet on both sides and leave the thread for sewing
Consists of two parts, the first is knitted vertically, the second is knitted horizontally.
You don’t need to stuff them.
1row-6into magic ring
pull in one loop, then dial 2 ch and in the second from the hook knit 6 sc, close the circle, tie another 6 loops in a circle, and again pull the loops into one.
The second part of
1row-6 into magic ring
2-4row-6, pull in one loop, cast on 2 ch and in the second knit 6 sc, close the circle and knit 3 more rows of 6 loops in a circle, pull the loops.
1. The wire is inserted, the body is stuffed. At the end of the wire, you need to make a loop, wrap it with a plaster, put the handle on the wire, fill it with a little padding polyester and sew to the body. If you wish, you can attach the arms and legs in different ways, using thread attachments or joints, whatever you like. We do the same with legs.
2. At the location of the nose and mouth, we first sew the vertical part of the muzzle, and sew the horizontal part on top. It turns out such a cross from two parts. Then you need to make eye tightening.
I do the tightening in this way: From the point where the neck will be (under the chin), we introduce the needle to the point where the right eye is located, then we retreat one row and withdraw the needle in the same place, pull the thread. We do the same with the left eye. We repeat the procedure a couple of times.
I shape the face with a felting needle using sheep’s wool. In places, I roll on the white wool, form the nose using pinkish and brown wool, glue the eyes and roll on the eyelids. The nose can be sculpted from polymer clay, and the eyes can be arranged as you wish, whoever loves it, it’s at your discretion.
Sew the ears to the head, and also sew on the tail, having previously also formed a loop at its end. The ponytail must also be filled with filler.
I embroidered the claws with black thread, and used a thread for beads for antennae.
I knitted the hat with knitting needles, just a rectangle with an elastic band, then sewed the corners.