Love these cute kitties. Mine are all napping just waiting for me to pull out some wool and needles. Can you point me in the direction of the instructions for these little cuties?? Reply ↓
Love these cute kitties. Mine are all napping just waiting for me to pull out some wool and needles. Can you point me in the direction of the instructions for these little cuties??
thanks! all our cats love playing with string! The knitted litties are made using the Tiny Parlour Cat pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tiny-parlor-cat
I picked up and added a few stitches around the face to make a muzzle.
Thanks for the info and tips about creating a muzzle. Living in Florida most of my knitting is for “The Girls “. Creating some kitties for the cupboard will be fun.
so beautiful, and your little lovely cats too. You know how I love knitting and crochet… Soon I will start to knit sock, once again, I hope I didn’t forget it. With circular needle… Thank you, Love, nia
Dear Nia, I love to knit with circular needles, I find it is less alarming than knitting with double-pointed needles because the stitches don’t fall off the ends! I also love hand made socks, and colder weather is coming!
I haven’t knit before with circular needles, I try to learn now. Thank you, Love, nia
Good Morning Quimper Hittys!
We wish you a happy autumn season.It is always such a pleasure to see you and your Person preparing home, garden and clothes closest for the cold weather to come. How wonderful to have your Hitty cats to help with the darning in! We think we should visit a cat sanctuary and adopt one, or perhaps two.
Mary and Roberts Not-Quite-Hitty
Thank you – we do enjoy a cat on our lap, though it makes knitting awkward. Our autumn preparations are proceeding, but the fall rains haven’t arrived yet…it is a bit alarming! Good luck with adopting a kitty – or two!
Beautiful yarn! One of the few regrets I have for living here is no need for cosy woollens and beautiful knits…
I do love to knit! We get plenty of wool from Australia, I guess it must all be exported!
And they wear plenty of it down south, where the sheep live, but up here, it’s too hot for both sheep and woollen clothing. I have a couple of things tucked away for when I visit down south in winter, but that’s about it. I miss chunky hand-knits, I must admit…
Having the kitties there will help pass the time while you weave in those ends…assuming that’s what you do with knitting? I’m more familiar with crochet. It will be a beautiful tam the way it looks…memories for the cats?
We do “weave” in the ends, but we call it darning, howsoever, yes all the trailing bits are made secure and then clipped, finally blocking and drying before wearing!
cats of all sizes are always eager to help with any sort of sewing, knitting, crochet project….all those loose threads!! So enticing. Your project is looking good!!
My cats love when it knit! I love seeing others that relate in the knitting community!