Crocheting is a great way to spend the winter months and it’s even more fun if you are making something for your cat! Here are 10 crochet patterns to make some fun items for your feline.
#1 – Cat Bed
This fun bed is perfect for any kitty. Have a bigger cat or multiple kitties that like to snuggle? Adjust the size to your heart’s desire. Get the pattern here.
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#2 – TP Cat Toy
This ingenious toy is made from a toilet paper tube and is sure to be loved by any kitty. This talented designer shows you how to make two sizes in her pattern, found here.
#3 – Mouse Plush Cat Nip Toy
This adorable cat toy is filled with catnip. It is almost too cute to let your cat play with. You could also fill him with some lavender and put him in your guest bedroom. Get the pattern here.
#4 – Cat Nest
Have a kitty that likes to be cozy? This is the perfect pattern for you! Scroll all the way to the bottom for instructions in English.
#5 – Door Hanger Bouncy Cat Toy
This fun toy pattern is made by Lion Brand® Yarns, so you will have to create a free account to have access to it, but it’s worth it! It’s a fun toy that will look cute hanging from your door knob. Sign-up and get the pattern here.
#6 – Bouncing Rainbow Jellyfish Cat Toy
This adorable and fun door hanger is a bit more complicated than some of the other patterns, but super cute and worth the work. It’s another one that will look cute hanging on the door when not in use. Find the pattern here.
#7 – Cat Hat
Here is a simple tutorial on how to crochet a cat hat. The directions are made for a beginner, so this is a great pattern to start with; get it here.
#8 – Bulky Crocheted Cat Bed
This bed is the cat’s meow! It’s fun and quirky (as the designer calls it) and will definitely make your cat purr. Find the pattern here.
#9 – Mock Turtleneck Sweater for Cats
Looking for a sweater pattern for your chilly kitty? Here’s a free one that is simple and cute. Find the pattern here.
#10 – Happy Cat Candy
These fun and colorful cat toys are made with cotton balls on the inside (for shape), making them lightweight enough for batting or carrying even by the smallest of felines. Find the pattern here.