The Itty Bitty crochet kitty is the cutest little crochet cat pattern. It works up very quickly (in less than an hour, which is great for beginners!) and would make the sweetest gift for any cat lover. Have a look at the Itty Bitty Christmas Kitty and Itty Bitty Valentine Kitty for some fun modifications to this cat pattern. This is also a wonderful stash busting project. Materials required: Crochet cotton in the color of your choice Yarn needle (2.75mm) Crochet hook Stuffing
Are you looking for a crochet project that you will make in no time? This might be it! It's a great pattern for all beginner crocheters, because it requires very basic understanding of the technique. Take a look at the picture to see how cute it is! Once you make one, you won't stop and make another, I promise.
An adorable little Itty Bitty Kitty amigurumi works up very quickly, great for beginners, and makes the sweetest gift for any cat lover. Change up the colors to match your favorite cat!
A few tweaks, some extra embellishments, or a change in colorway can completely transform this project into something new.
Ever need a little bit of cuteness to brighten up your day? Your home? Your office? Meet the first in the Bitty Bumble series: A Crochet Pig. Remember when I made the bitty bumble bee? Well. It got me thinking. Wouldn’t it be fun to make a whole bunch of little stuffed pieces of crochet goodness? And wouldn't it be fun to give the whole series a fun name… like ‘Bitty Bumble’? And then I found this cutie patootie button and I was a goner. Let's get started!
A little bit of cute with a touch of sass. That's what I think of when I see this Crochet Tiger Bitty Bumble. This little burst of fun is the third small amigurumi in my series: Bitty Bumbles. These bitty bumbles are just so darn fun to make. Make one for your office or to tuck on a shelf. Or make them for a little one in your life who might just carry them around by the fistful!
The festive season isn’t complete without these little crochet gnomes to watch over and join in the fun with you. The cute Christmas crochet gnome pattern is super simple, beginner friendly and great for yarn stash busting. Add a little button nose and a fluffy beard and you're done! Go for a traditional Scandi Christmas crochet Santa or jazz them up and make them unique for this years Elf on the Shelf, the choice is yours. Worked in the amigurumi crochet method, in both UK and US crochet terms.