If you have a love for the crochet stuffed cats, then this hello kitty crochet pattern will be a must make for you! This article will cover all types of crochet hello kitty patterns from key chains to amigurumi dolls. Keep reading.
In this article, we will share 15 of our favorite beginner-friendly crochet animal patterns. So whether you’re looking for a little project for yourself, or want to make a handmade gift, you’ll find the perfect pattern right here.
Crochet Softies and Hello Kitty
Want to try your hand at making cute crochet hello kitty? You’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll tell you how to get started making crochet plushies and amigurumi, and share our favorite easy animal patterns for beginners.
What is amigurumi?
In my early days of crocheting, when i took an interest in the crochet animals, i kept hearing the term crochet amigurumi, it never made sense and i never understod what i was. So in short, Amigurumi is the Japanese art of crocheting or knitting yarn creatures. It comes from two Japanese words: “ami”, meaning “crocheted or knitted”, and “nuigurumi”, which means “stuffed doll”.
There’s a lot of variety when it comes to amigurumi – you can make your plushie as big or as small as you’d like. Still, most crochet helo kitty amigurumi patterns you will find are for small creatures like crochet key chains.
Everyone seems to love these cute crochet animals.Hello Kitty crochet projects make perfect gifts, especially for babies and kids.
Can I Crochet A Hello Kitty As A Beginner?
Yes you can. If you have an eye for detail and are really good at following instructions, then get ready for your next crochet cat project! However, there are a few crochet stitches and notions you will have to be comfortable with before attempting to crochet.
Stitches and techniques to master
There are a few stitches and techniques that you’ll find in nearly every amigurumi pattern. Here are the most popular ones that you will see.
Many patterns use short single crochet stitches to keep the fabric tight and close. You don’t want any of that stuffing popping out of your squishy creature.
Increases and decreases
You’ll also need to know how to sc increase and sc decrease. You’ll use increases and decreases to create curves and volume in your amigurumi patterns, especially in the head of your hello kitty.
Crocheting in spiral rounds
Most crochet amigurumi and made in spiral rounds. That means you’ll be crocheting around and around in a circle. Make sure you have stitch markers on hand in order to keep track of your rounds!
Crochet animals are often quite colorful. Especially when it comes to working the feet of your crochet hello kitty.
Crochet Hello Kitty Materials
To crochet this splushie, you will need the same materials as would be be needed in a crochet amigurumi pattern.
Best Yarn for Making Crochet Animals
Most amigurumi patterns suggest using cotton yarn in either a DK or worsted weight. Cotton yarn is easy for beginners to use, and gives your projects great stitch definition, too!
Don’t have cotton? Not a problem. You can use worsted-weight acrylic too.
What Other Supplies Do You Need for Amigurumi?
As with all crochet projects, amigurumi projects require yarn and a crochet hook. You’ll also want to have a yarn needle and scissors. Other tools that are often needed for amigurumi projects include:
- stitch markers
- embroidery thread (for details)
- polyester filling (stuffing)
- and safety eyes
9 Hello Kitty Crochet Patterns
1. Big Helllo Kitty crochet pattern
To begin, here is a huggable crochet hello kitty amigurumi that will look lovely on your child’s bed and great to play with! This amigurumi will be loved and cherished for a very long time.
Level: upper beginner Author: Ella.D Design
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2. Hello Kitty Crochet Pattern Free
Here is a lovely free PDF pattern for the who hate ads. You can find the pattern to this small crochet helo kitty pattern on Ravelry.
3. Hello Kitty Amigurumi
Who says hello kitty amigurumis must only wear skirts? Here is a different crochet hello kitty pattern that will really call for skill to change colours as you crochet! Pattern was by Beary Bearnita.
4. Hello Kitty Crochet Pattern
I think the tiny ones are just too cute! This crochet hello kitty pattern can make the perfect keychain present for the cat lovers! Pattern was by Cutiepiecrochet.
5. Crochet Hello Kitty Amigurumi
Crochet Hello Kitty Amigurumi – Free Pattern By Marina Dovgan. You will love that this sweet and funny toy is simple and can be crocheted in a few hours from easy to find yarn.
6. Hello Kittty Amigurumi Pattern
The Hello Kittty amigurumi pattern is a fun and easy, beginner level project featuring an adorable kitty face. It’s the perfect way to practice amigurumi skills and make a fun decorative accessory for your home in no time.
7. Digital Hello Kitty Pattern
As always, i am unable to resist the cute paid patterns. This hello kitty crochet pattern is available for $6.
8. Hooded Hello Kitty Crochet Pattern
A hello kitty doll in a hoodie anyone?Here you go!
9. Hello Kitty Pattern
Here is a crochet hello kitty splushie if you really needed one! I know i was looking forward to one of these.
That is all the cute free crochet hello kitty patterns i could find for you! Be sure to let us know which one you chose to make for yourself
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