Cube Kitty Cat Amigurumi Pattern

 

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Super easy and fun free pattern to make. It’s so easy that you won’t stop at one kitty. Designed to be as simple as possible without compromising on the cuteness.

This pattern has on Ravelry.

Material

You can make this pattern in any size you wish by simply using a different yarn weight. Here I will list the material I used for the 4 sizes kitty pictured above:

The largest kitty:

Medium sized kitty:

Small sized kitty:

Tiny sized kitty:

  • 1mm crochet hook
  • Thread cotton yarn in color of choice
  • 6mm safety eyes, used pink thread for nose.

The instructions are the same for all sizes. When there is a difference I'll indicate it clearly.

Abbreviations (US)

  • MC: Magic circle
  • 2-sc inc: 2 sc in next st (increase by 1)
  • 3-sc inc: 3 sc in next st (increase by 2)
  • sc2tog: 2 sc together (decrease by 1)
  • sc3tog: 3 sc together (decrease by 2)

Instructions

This pattern is made in a spiral of continuous rounds

Body (make 1)

Row #

Instructions

Sts

R1

4-sc MC

4

R2

3-sc inc × 4

12

R3

sc, 3-sc inc, [sc × 2, 3-sc inc] × 3, sc

20

R4

sc × 2, 3-sc inc, [sc × 4, 3-sc inc] × 3, sc × 2

28

R5

sc × 3, 3-sc inc, [sc × 6, 3-sc inc] × 3, sc × 3

36

R6

sc × 4, 3-sc inc, [sc × 8, 3-sc inc] × 3, sc × 4

44

R7

sc × 5, sc2tog, [sc × 9, sc2tog] × 3, sc × 4

40

R8-13

sc × 40

40

R14

sc × 4, sc3tog, [sc × 7, sc3tog] × 3, sc × 3

32

R15

sc × 3, sc3tog, [sc × 5, sc3tog] × 3, sc × 2

24

Stuff well. Place the nose between R11 and R12 in the middle of the face. If you are using large eyes (larger than 15mm) place the eyes at the same level as the nose (between R11 and R12). If not, add eyes one row above the nose (between R10 and R11).

The eyes look cuter if they are ~2-3 sts away from the nose on each side. Try the distance that looks best to you and once you are happy with it, fix them in place. See pictures for reference.

R16

sc × 2, sc3tog, [sc × 3, sc3tog] × 3, sc

16

R17

[sc, sc3tog] × 4

8

Sew the ends together to close the gap

 

Legs (make 4)

Row #

Instructions

Sts

R1

5-sc MC

5

R2

2-sc inc × 5

10

R3-7

sc × 10

10

Leave long tail. Do not stuff

Ears (make 2)

Row #

Instructions

Sts

R1

5-sc MC

5

R2

2-sc inc, sc, 2-sc inc, sc, 2-sc inc

8

R3

[sc, 2-sc inc] × 4

12

R4

[sc × 2, 2-sc inc] × 4

16

R5

[sc × 3, 2-sc inc] × 4

20

Leave long tail. Do not stuff

Sew the end of the ears together as shown in the pictures.

Tail (make 1)

(Optional, use a different color for the first two rows)

Row #

Instructions

Sts

R1

6-sc MC

6

R2-12

sc × 6

6

Leave long tail. Do not stuff.

Assembly

 

Attach unstuffed legs to the bottom of the kitty body. You can place them as you wish. You can see how I prefer to place them in the picture on the left. Tip, use pins to see how they look like before you sew them in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attach the ears so one end is on R3 and the other end is on R7. For extra cuteness place them so they curve a little as per the picture:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sew the tail at back the body (R12). You can attach it a little to the side of the body as per picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now you are all done! There is no right or wrong here, it will be great just because you did it :)

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