Free crochet cat pattern

Funny crochet cats in hats - free amigurumi pattern

Amigurumi free crochet cat patterns


To create this crochet cat you need only basic skills and a little time. The Free Crochet Cat Pattern is very simple (the body and legs are crocheted as a single part) but at the same time interesting and peculiar. If you use your imagination, your crochet cat can become a real “It” girl 🙂

Choose colors as you like, add accessories. Crochet cat will be a good present for cat-lovers. Make somebody’s day with this wonderful handmade gift!

Materials:

  • Alize Happy Baby (65% acrylic-35% polyamide, 350 m / 100 g) or any other yarn of similar weight
  • 2.5 mm crochet hook
  • 10 mm safety eyes
  • Fiberfill
  • Embroidery floss for muzzle
  • Scissors and sewing needle
  • Any decorations you like

The height of finished crochet cat is about 30-33 cm.

Skill level: intermediate

You can find printable PDF version of the pattern here >> https://shop.amigurumi.today/products/crochet-cat-pattern-printable-pdf

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47 thoughts on “Free crochet cat pattern”

  1. Thank you for sharing your patterns. You are very talented and creative.🌺🌻🌺😊
    Happy Holidays 🌲⛄🎄

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. My mom Loves cats and turtles. I already made two of the Turtle Amigurumi coffee coasters and I hope she loves this one too..🎄🎁🎄

  3. Hi Karen, here are the abbreviations:
    ch = chain
    sl st = slip stitch
    sc = single crochet
    hdc = half double crochet
    dc = double crochet
    tr = treble crochet
    inc = increase (2 sc in one stitch)
    dec = decrease (two sc together)
    (…) repeat N times – repeat the given number of times the part given in the brackets
    [ ] = the total number of stitches in the round

  4. I got confused at the leg part as well. When I did 4 tr in a st and the next round sc in each st but the total is 42 st and not 30 like in the pattern. Do you have a video of this pattern?

    1. Hi Meo, you should crochet 3 ch from one leg and join with sl st to another. Then crochet along the leg around, sc in next 3 ch, crochet along the second leg around and 3 sc on the opposite side of chain.

  5. Thank you so much for clarifying! 🙂 This is my ever first attempt at making anything with a magic circle, so I’m quite excited. Thanks again for sharing.

  6. Hello, your cat pattern is so beautiful. Is there a way I can print this pattern? When I ask for the pdf it takes me to a site to buy but there is no cat pattern. I am happy to buy the pdf for the cats with hats. I am looking forward to making them.

      1. That link isn’t working anymore. Is it possible to get the printable pdf still?

        Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  7. Hi! I am having some trouble attaching the legs together and the toes remaining straight in the front. Is it possible that I may have to fasten off both legs and attach them in the correct position? My last stitch on the second leg ended close to the back of the leg and it is hard to attach them from there. Any tips?

    1. Hi Kelli, there are two ways to resolve this issue:
      1) Crochet more stitches on the second leg to get the hook on the right place for joining.
      2) Fasten off two legs, choose the right position and join them. Then continue crocheting the body.

  8. What happened to the free copy?? It says exactly that at the top of the page but when you try to download it, it says you have to pay!! What’s with that??

    1. Hi Julie 🙂 You can view the patterns for free on our website and mobile app. PDF version itself is not free. Because it takes a lot of time to prepare the patterns. So, in spite of this fact all people who can’t pay for PDF patterns can view them on the website and make wonderful toys. We don’t hide the instructions. Hope for your understanding 🙂

  9. Hello,
    I hope all is well, I was very pleased to see all these beautiful toys, but I was wondering if you had the same or similar toys in knitting patterns?.
    But I’m just a beginner and if there are any simple knitted toy patterns could you please share them with me small dolls,cats, etc I would really appreciate it.
    Thank you and keep up the good work.
    Debra.

  10. I really, really love your pattern. I have made two cats so far for my daughters and will surely make others for my niece and sister. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

  11. Hi! I have a question regarding the row 2 on the belly part of the cat. Is the increase meant to be at the front of the cat? Because after attaching the legs, my increase is at the back, so giving the cat a flat belly and round bum. 🙂 Thank you for sharing the patterns for free, much appreciated.

  12. Hola. Me encantan todos tus patrones. Los resultados son muy bonitos, y los patrones están muy bien explicados.

  13. Habe da eine Frage wegen des Körpers. Die Runde 2 da habe ich ein großes Problem es ist geschrien 14 feste Maschen dan eine Masche zunehmend und das 6× wiederholten danach 16 feste Maschen häkeln aber mir fehlen 6maschen ich komme nicht auf die gesamte maschen zahl könnten sie mir helfen.Danke im voraus.

  14. Hi, I love Your patterns. I went to link to purchase so I can print it, but it’s no longer there. Is the link correct?
    Thank you for such wonderful patterns!
    Have a Blessed day 🙂

  15. Love these cats!! I have made four and am on my fifth. All of my grandchildren want one and I made one for my friend. They are sooo cute!! Thank you for your creative design.

  16. I’d like to buy the pdf of this pattern, but it’s not in your pattern store, can you tell me where to find it. Thanks

  17. Hi
    I would like to purchase the PDF but can’t find the pattern to add to my cart. Can you help with this.
    Thank you

  18. Hi
    I would like to purchase the PDF but can’t find the pattern to add to my cart. Can you help with this.
    Thank you

    Will you be replying here or by email?
    G

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