Cooll Cat Amigurumi Free Pattern

We continue to share amigurumi animal patterns with you for free. This amigurumi cooll cat pattern will impress you very much.

To create the Ofeich Cat, we need: 

· Mohair yarn. I have a mohair 50g / 475m in 3 threads 

· 1.25 hook or under your yarn 

· Yarn for string bag and hook under it. I have Jeans from YarnArt and hook 1.5 

· Filler 

· Fabric-based wire and patch 

· Needle and durable thread for tightenings (we pull off a little bit) 

· Needle and thread for sewing 

Eyes 

Felting needle 

White felt or wool for felting eye proteins 

Velcro for combing 

White acrylic for tinting and black pastel 

· A little clay for a nose or a finished nose 

· Fishing line for mustache and vibrissa 

I began to knit another cat from the same mohair, but in 2 strings, and not in 3.Hook 1. The cat’s height is about 20cm) 

Abbreviations 

Ch – air loop 

Sc – single crochet 

Dec – decrease, knit two stitches together 

İnc – increase – we knit two from one column 

() х4р – repeat in parentheses 4 times 

3in1 – we knit three from one column 

Half loop – half loop 

Sl-st – connecting column 

3vms – 3 stitches knit together 

The toy is knitted in a spiral for both half loops, if not specified otherwise. 

The ears. (2 pcs.) 

We knit in rotary rows. At the beginning of each row do 1vp lift. 

Dial a chain of 15ch, from the second loop from the hook 

1-5 Row. 14sc 

6 row. 3sc, 1dec, 4sc, 1dec, 3sc (12) 

7 row. 12sc 

8 row. 5sc, 1dec, 5sc (11) 

9 row. 5sc, 1dec, 4sc (10) 

10 row. 4sc, 1dec, 4sc (9) 

11 Row. 4sc, 1dec, 3sc (8) 

12 Row. 3sc, 1dec, 3sc (7) 

13 row. 2sc, 3vms, 2sc (5) 

14 row. 1dec, 1sc, 1dec (3) 

15 row. 3vms (1) 

Fasten the thread, break it. 

Eyelids (2 pcs.) 

Dial a chain of 15ch. We knit in rotary rows from the second loop from the hook. 

At the beginning of each row do 1ch lift 

1-3 row. 14sc 

4 row. (2sc, 1dec) x3p, 2sc (11) 

Fasten the thread, break it. 

Lower jaw. 

We knit in rotary rows. At the beginning of each row we do 1ch lift. 

Dial a chain of 12ch, from the second loop from the hook 

1 row. 11sc 

2 row. 4sc, 1dec, 5sc (10) 

3 row. 4sc, 1dec, 4sc (9) 

4 row. 3sc, 1dec, 4sc (8) 

5 row. 3sc, 1dec, 3sc (7) 

6 row. 2sc, 3vms, 2sc (5) 

7 row. 1dec, 1sc, 1dec (3) 

Fasten the thread, break it. 

Tail. 

You can not follow the marker. Dial the chain and 2ch. Further from 2 loops from hook 

1 row. 6sc 

2 row. 6inc (12) 

3 row. (2sc, 1inc) х4р (16) 

4 row. 16sc 

5 row. (3sc, 1inc) х4р (20) 

6-12 Row. 20sc (7 rows) 

13 row. 1dec, 18sc (19) 

14-19 Row. 19sc (6 rows) 

Now we insert the wire and begin to stuff. 

20 row. 1dec, 17sc (18) 

21-26 Row. 18sc (6 rows) 

27 Row. 1dec, 16sc (17) 

28-34 Row. 17sc (7 rows) 

35 row. 1dec, 15sc (16) 

36-41 Row. 16sc (6 rows) 

42 row. 1dec, 14sc (15) 

43-48 Row. 15sc (6 rows) 

49 row. 1dec, 13sc (14) 

50-55 Row. 14sc (6 rows) 

56 row. 1dec, 12sc (13) 

57-62 Row. 13sc (6 rows) 

63 row. 1dec, 11sc (12) 

64-70 row. 12sc (7 rows) 

Finish sl-st. Fasten the thread, break it. 

Stage 2. 

Pens, 2 things) 

Dial a chain of 2ch, from the second loop from the hook. You can not follow the marker. 

1 row. 6sc 

2 row. 6inc (12) 

3 row. (1sc, 1inc) x6r (18) 

4-7 Row. 18sc 

8 row. 1dec, 16sc (17) 

9-11 Row. 17sc 

12 Row. 1dec, 15sc (16) 

13-16 Row. 16sc 

17 Row. 1dec, 14sc (15) 

We insert the wire and begin to stuff. 

18-32 row. 15sc (15 rows) 

33 row. 1dec, 13sc (14) 

34-54 Row. 14sc (21 rows) 

Finish sl-st, fasten thread, break. 

Stage 3. Legs. 

Left leg. 

The marker runs along the inside of the foot and legs. In case of marker leaving 

to the side, do offset loops. 

Dial the chain from 7ch, then from the second loop from the hook 

1 row. 1inc, 4sc, 3in1, on the other side of the 5sc chain (14) 

2 row. 7sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 1sc (17) 

3 row. 7sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 7sc (19) 

4 row. 8sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 8sc (21) 

5-6 Row. 21sc 

7 row. 10sc, 1dec, 9sc (20) 

8 row. 9sc, 1dec, 8sc, 1inc (20) 

9 row. 9sc, 1dec, then we knit for the back half loop 7sc, for both half loop 2sc (19) then for both 

half loop 

10 row. 19sc 

11 Row. 10sc, then enter the hook into the free half loop of the 9th row, grab both half loop 

10 rows and knit sc. So with the capture of the half loop of the 9th row, you need to knit 7sc. 

2sc for both half loop (19) Next, we knit for both half loop. 

12 Row. 7sc, 1dec, (3sc, 1inc) x2p, 2sc (20) 

13 row. 2sc, 1dec, 1sc, 1dec, 4sc, for the rear half loop 7sc, for both half loop 2sc (18) 

14 row. 18sc 

15 row. 1sc, 2dec, 2sc, 1dec, then we introduce the hook into the free half loop of 13 rows, grab both half loop of the 14th row, knit sc. So with the capture of half loop 13 rows you need knit according to the pattern: 1sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc. Further for both half loop of the 14th row we knit the remaining 2sc (18) Next, we knit for both half loops. 

16 row. (3sc, 1dec) x2p, 2sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1dec, 1sc (16) 

17 Row. 16sc 

18 row. 3sc, 1dec, 5sc, 1inc, 5sc (16) 

Insert wire and stuff tightly. Next, fill as you knit. Per marker can not be followed. Later we will displace and align it. 

19-40 Row. 16sc (22 rows) 

41 row. Incomplete row. We knit so many sc to set a new marker in the middle of the back of the leg. Next, follow the marker so that it does not deviated from the vertical. If necessary, make offset loops. 

42 row. 11sc, 1inc, 4sc (17) 

43 row. 12sc, 1inc, 4sc (18) 

44 row. 3sc, 1inc, 4sc, 1inc, 9sc (20) 

45 row. 14sc, 1inc, 5sc (21) 

46 row. 21sc 

47 row. 14sc, 1inc, 6sc (22) 

48 row. 15sc, 1inc, 6sc (23) 

49 row. 9sc, (1inc, 6sc) x2p (25) 

50 row. 17sc, 1inc, 7sc (26) 

51 row. 17sc, 1inc, 8sc (27) 

52 row. 18sc, 1inc, 8sc (28) 

Finish sl-st. Fasten the thread, break it. 

Right leg. 

The marker runs along the inside of the foot and legs. In case of marker leaving to the side, do offset loops. 

Dial a chain of 7ch. From the second loop from the hook 

1 row. 5sc, 3in1, on the other side of the chain 4sc, 1inc (14) 

2 row. 1sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 7sc (17) 

3 row. 7sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 7sc (19) 

4 row. 8sc, 1inc, 1sc. 1inc, 8sc (21) 

5-6 Row. 21sc 

7 row. 9sc, 1dec, 10sc (20) 

8 row. 1inc, 8sc, 1dec, 9sc (20) 

9 row. 2sc, for the rear half loop 7sc, then for both half loop 1dec, 9sc (19) 

10 row. 19sc 

11 Row. 2sc, then enter the hook into the free half loop of the 9th row, grab both half loop 

10 rows and knit sc. So with the capture of the half loop of the 9th row, you need to knit 7sc. 

10sc for both half loop (19) Next, we knit for both half loop. 

12 Row. 2sc, (1inc, 3sc) x2p, 1dec, 7sc (20) 

13 row. 2sc, for the rear half loop 7sc, then for both half loop 4sc, 1dec, 1sc, 1dec, 2sc (18) 

14 row. 18sc 

15 row. 2sc, then enter the hook into the free half loop of the 13th row, grab both half loop of the 14th row, we knit sc. So with the capture of half loop 13 rows you need to knit circuit: 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 1sc. Next, for both half loops of the 14th row, we knit 1dec, 2sc, 2dec, 1sc (18) 

16 row. 1sc, 1dec, 2sc, 1inc, 2sc, (1dec, 3sc) x2p (16) 

17 Row. 16sc 

18 row. 5sc, 1inc, 5sc, 1dec, 3sc (16) 

Insert wire and stuff tightly. Next, fill as you knit. Per marker can not be followed. Later we will displace and align it. 

19-40 Row. 16sc (22 rows) 

41 row. Incomplete row. We knit so many sc to set a new one marker in the middle of the back of the leg. Next, follow the marker so that it does not deviated from the vertical. If necessary, make offset loops. 

42 row. 4sc, 1inc, 11sc (17) 

43 row. 4sc, 1inc, 12sc (18) 

44 row. 9sc, 1inc, 4sc, 1inc, 3sc (20) 

45 row. 5sc, 1inc, 14sc (21) 

46 row. 21sc 

47 row. 6sc, 1inc, 14sc (22) 

48 row. 6sc, 1inc, 15sc (23) 

49 row. (6sc, 1inc) x2p, 9sc (25) 

50 row. 7sc, 1inc, 17sc (26) 

51 row. 8sc, 1inc, 17sc (27) 

52 row. 8sc, 1inc, 18sc (28) 

Do not break the thread. From here we continue knitting carcasses. 

Stage 4. Carcass. 

We continue knitting on the right leg. 

1 row. 9sc (check if the marker did not run away, then there should be the most protruding point of the foot), 6ch, 28sc along the left foot (starting from the very protruding point), 6sc along the chain of ch, 19sc along the right leg (68) 

2 row. Incomplete row. 9sc on the right foot, 3sc on the chain of ch. 

We expose the new brand Row. Now he goes to the center of the back. 

3 row. 17sc, 1inc, 32sc, 1inc, 17sc (70) 

4 row. 2sc, 1inc, (3sc, 1inc) х4р, (2sc, 1inc) х4р, 8sc, (1inc, 2sc) х4row, (1inc, 3sc) x4p, 1inc, 2sc (88) 

5 row. 6sc, 1inc, 11sc, 1inc, 12sc, 1inc, 24sc, 1inc, 12sc, 1inc, 11sc, 1inc, 6sc (94) 

6 row. 1dec, 1inc, 88sc, 1inc, 1dec (94) 

7 row. 1dec, 1inc, 88sc, 1inc, 1dec (94) 

8 row. 1dec, 90sc, 1dec (92) 

9 row. 1dec, 22sc, 1dec, 7sc, 1dec, 22sc, 1dec, 7sc, 1dec, 22sc, 1dec (86) 

10 row. 86sc 

11 Row. 1dec, 82sc, 1dec (84) 

12 Row. 41sc, 1dec, 39sc, 3vms (82) Take the third loop to decrease next row. Thus, the marker will shift 1 loop to the left. 

13 row. 3sc along with 3sc tail, 76sc, 3sc along with 3sc tail (82) 

14 row. 19sc, 1dec, 40sc, 1dec, 16sc, 3sc tail (80) 

Move the marker here, now it goes to the center of the tail and goes to the back. 

15 row. 3sc tail, 6sc, (1dec, 18sc) x3p, 1dec, 9sc (76) 

16 row. 76sc 

17 Row. 2sc, 1dec, 16sc, 1dec, 32sc, 1dec, 16sc, 1dec, 2sc (72) 

18 row. 8sc, 1dec, 52sc, 1dec, 8sc (70) 

19 row. 70sc 

20 row. 10sc, 1dec, 46sc, 1dec, 10sc (68) 

21-23 Row. 68sc 

24 row. 13sc, 1dec, 38sc, 1dec, 13sc (66) 

25 row. 5sc, 1dec, 15sc, 1dec, 18sc, 1dec, 15sc, 1dec, 5sc (62) 

26 Row. 62sc 

27 Row. 17sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 8sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 17sc (58) 

28 Row. 24sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 24sc (56) 

29-33 Row. 56sc (5 rows) 

34 row. 20sc, 1dec, 12sc, 1dec, 20sc (54) 

35-44 Row. 54sc (10 rows) 

45 row. 11sc, 1dec, 28sc, 1dec, 11sc (52) 

46 row. 52sc 

47 row. 6sc, 1dec, 36sc, 1dec, 6sc (50) 

48-49 Row. 50sc 

50 row. 10sc, 6sc together with 6sc hands, 18sc, 6sc together with 6sc hands, 10sc (50) 

51 row. 10sc, 8sc on the arm, 18sc, 8sc on the arm, 10sc (54) 

52 row. 15sc, 1dec, 20sc, 1dec, 15sc (52) 

53 row. 6sc, 1dec, 2sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 12sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 2sc, 1dec, 6sc (46) 

54 row. 46sc 

55 row. 3sc, 1dec, 10sc, 1dec, 12sc, 1dec, 10sc, 1dec, 3sc (42) 

56 row. 6sc, (1dec, 5sc) x4p, 1dec, 6sc (37) 

57 Row. (3sc, 1dec) х3р, 7sc, (1dec, 3sc) х3р (31) 

58 row. (2sc, 1dec) х3р, (1sc, 1dec) х2р, 1sc, (1dec, 2sc) х3р (23) 

59 row. 23sc 

60 row. 10sc, 1dec, 11sc (22) 

61 row. 22sc 

Do not break the thread, continue knitting the head. 

Stage 5. Head. 

We continue knitting. The marker is on the back of the head. 

1 row. 22sc 

2 row. (1sc, 1inc) х11р (33) 

3 row. 16sc, 1inc, 16sc (34) 

4 row. (2sc, 1inc) х3р, (1sc, 1inc) х4р, (1inc, 1sc) х4р, (1inc, 2sc) х3р (48) 

5 row. 48sc 

6 row. (3sc, 1inc) х3р, (2sc, 1inc) х4р, (1inc, 2sc) х4р, (1inc, 3sc) х3р (62) 

7 row. 8sc, 1inc, (5sc, 1inc) х3р, 8sc, (1inc, 5sc) х3р, 1inc, 8sc (70) 

8 row. 70sc 

9 row. (6sc, 1inc) х10р (80) 

10 row. (9sc, 1inc) x8r (88) 

11-16 Row. 88sc 

If the marker escaped, align it now. In case of displacement loops have to do often, now it’s better to make an additional loop displacement. 

17 Row. 38sc, 1inc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 1inc, 38sc (88) 

18 row. 39sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 39sc (86) 

19 row. 37sc, 1inc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 1inc, 37sc (86) 

20 row. 37sc, 1inc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 1inc, 37sc (86) 

21 row. 38sc, extra marker, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, extra marker, 38sc (84) 

22 row. 36sc, 1inc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 1inc, 36sc (84) 

23 row. 36sc, 1inc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 1inc, 36sc (84) 

24 row. 5sc, 1dec, (9sc, 1dec) х3р, 4sc, (1dec, 9sc) х3р, 1dec, 5sc (76) 

25 row. 34sc, 1dec, 4sc, 1dec, 34sc (74) 

26 Row. 32sc, 1inc, 1dec, 4sc, 1dec, 1inc, 32sc (74) 

27 Row. 6sc, 1dec, 8sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 7sc, 1dec, 4sc, 1dec, 7sc, 1dec, 6sc, 1dec, 8sc, 1dec, 6sc (66) 

28 Row. 29sc, 1dec, 4sc, 1dec, 29sc (64) 

29 Row. (6sc, 1dec) x8r (56) 

30 row. 56sc 

We start to fill, trying to keep in shape. See the photo. We are a little 

we will tighten, while maintaining these bends. 

31 row. (5sc, 1dec) x8r (48) 

32 row. (6sc, 1dec) х6р (42) 

33 row. (5sc, 1dec) x6r (36) 

34 row. (4sc, 1dec) х6р (30) 

35 row. (3sc, 1dec) х6р (24) 

36 row. (2sc, 1dec) x6r (18) 

37 Row. (1sc, 1dec) x6r (12) 

38 row. 6dec (6) 

Pull the hole. Fasten the thread, break it. 

Stage 6. Design. 

First you need to comb the cat well and all the details. 

Now make the ducks. We introduce a needle with a strong thread under the jaw, including the place where we had a “bulge”. We display about 1 marker. Enter in pair loops from the exit point of the thread and display about 2 markers. Retreating a couple loops and return the needle to point 1. Having retreated a couple of loops, we return under jaw. Tighten the thread so that the nose forms, tighten the knot, thread cut off. 

Repeat the same procedure for the second eye. Insert the needle under the jaw output at point 2. Enter a pair of loops from the exit point of the thread and output to point 1. Return the needle to point 2 and then under the jaw. Fasten the thread, hide the tips. 

Sew the lower jaw and ears. 

Fasten the eyes and roll the white of the eyes. You can use white felt instead of felting. 

Now we’ll emphasize the muzzle line a bit, go through the felting needle lines from the corner of the mouth. I also walked a little along the line from nose to mouth and toned this line with a black marker. But you can simply flash this line black thread. 

Sew the eyelids so as to cover the eye almost halfway. 

Sculpt the nose (or use the finished one), fasten. 

Now toning. We collect some paint on the brush, the brush should remain semi-dry. We tint the tips of the ears, breast, strip from the nose bridge upwards forehead. Slightly tinted line from the eye to the line of the mouth. Black pastel toned around the nose. 

We fix the mustache. 

To do this, cut pieces of fishing line 3 times longer than the planned length of the mustache. 

Fold in half and tie a knot. We take a needle and thread with a strong thread. 

The color is as close as possible to the main color. Thread in one addition. We introduce a needle in a mouth and we deduce on the right on a muzzle. 

Now we enter the needle with the BACK, blunt side through one loop from the point exit the thread and display on the left on the face in the place where we plan the antennae. 

The needle is not pulled out, leave in the muzzle. 

And pull the thread from the needle. We pass the thread through the knot on the fishing line and insert thread back into the needle. We pull out the needle on the right side of the muzzle, holding out fishing line inside the muzzle. 

In the same way we stretch the second antennae. Having finished with him, we take the needle into his mouth, we tie the thread and hide the ends. 

Repeat for the right side of the face. 

For vibrissa we introduce a needle the BACK of the mouth from the mouth to the point where we plan vibrissa. Do not pull the needle to the end. Pull the thread from the needle, thread through the loop on the fishing line, we thread the thread back into the needle. Pull the needle out mouth. Tie the ends of the thread with a knot, hide. Repeat from the second side. 

String bag. 

We knit a chain of 7ch. 

We estimate the size of the string bag and take the thread 5 times longer. I have a string bag (myself mesh) 7cm. So I need a 35cm long thread. Cut off 8 pieces 35cm long. 

Fold the thread in half, pull through the outer loop of our pigtail, we fix. Repeat 4 fasteners on each side of the pigtail – through one a loop. 

The result is such a design. 8 bundles of 2 threads each. 

Now we need to pick up 2 templates, according to which we will measure the size of the cell string bags. The main size is bigger, I have a thick Row brand. Second template in 2- 3 times smaller in diameter – I have a pen from the brush. 

Now play the spider and weave the net. We take 2 threads from neighboring bunches, set a smaller template and tie it to 2 knots. Repeat with following bundles. The first row has turned out. 

We no longer need this template, then we work with a large one. 

The second row is tied around a large template, taking threads from neighboring bundles. 

We no longer need this template, then we work with a large one. 

The second row is tied around a large template, taking threads from neighboring bundles. 

Repeat to the desired height. The last row is done without templates, “on eye”. We knit so that we get a triangle, without tightening it at all to end. 

So we narrow the edge of the string bag a little. 

Next, you need to tie the edge with crochets. I got 3sc by each side of the “triangle”. Those. it turned out 24sc (8 triangles in 3sc). 

Now a little math. Divide the resulting number of columns by 2 (2 side of the bag). I got 12sc on each side. Now need divide each side into 3 parts – the middle part – the place of knotting. 

I got 4sc from each side to the handle, 4sc of the handle, 4sc after pens. 

Fold the string bag in half, knit the incomplete row to the bend point, then knit according to 4sc, 20ch, skip 4 loops and then knit 4sc. That’s how we make one side of the string bag. We continue the second side. 4sc, 20ch, skip 4 loops, then 4sc. 

Fill string bag to taste)) 

Hat. 

Bobbin yarn “Velor” (Italy), hook No. 1.25 Hat height 3 cm. 

You can not follow the marker. 

1 row. 6sc into magic ring. 

2 row. 6 inc = 12 (12) 

3 row. (1sc, inc) * 6 = 18 (18) 

4 row. (2sc, inc) * 6 = 24 (24) 

5 row. (3sc, inc) * 6 = 30 (30) 

6 row. 2sc, inc, (4sc, inc) * 5.2sc = 36 (36) 

7 row. We knit this row for the back half-loops (3sc, dec) * 6 = 30 (30) 

8-9 Row. 30sc (30) 

10 row. (8sc, dec) * 3 = 27 (27) 

11-13 Row. 27sc (27) 

14 row. (7sc, dec) * 3 = 24 (24) 

15-18 Row. 24 sc (24) 

19 row. (7sc, inc) * 3 = 27 (27) 

20 row. We knit this row for the front half-loops (inc, 1sc) * 9 = 45 (45) 

21 row. (inc, 4sc) * 9 = 54 (54) 

22 row. (inc, 8sc) * 6 = 60 (60) 

23 row. (inc, 9 sc) * 6 = 66 (66) 

The edge of the cap is tied with a “crib step”. 

Butterfly 

1p dial a chain of 11ch, from the second loop from the hook. Knit rotary in rows, doing p. lifting. 

1-5 p 10 sc 

Tie around the perimeter with a “crib step”. 

I connected the jumper (the center of the bow) like this: I dialed a chain of 7ch. Then pulled off butterfly in the center and sewn it to the neck of the cat. 

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