So happy that I finally finished this for the kitties. I made the top look like cat ears and I put their furry blanket inside of it. To be honest I’m worried about it collapsing, but its stood up well enough for now. I already know that the kitties love it.
Also, I used the kitchen mat pattern, FP DC around to create the basket, I alternated between DC and HDC throughout, and towards the top I used cluster stitches to begin to make it come together. I made this from holding three strands, and sometimes four strands together to get the sturdy outside.
All in all, a great project. The cats love it and so I’m happy.
I’m using the pattern for a 9 Sided Kitchen Mat and I’m modifying it to make my cat cave. I couldn’t wrap my mind around the pixie cat cave pattern. I’ll write my version of the cat cave once I figure out what I’m doing.
Making a kitty cave for the kitties! Its kinda strenuous considering you have to hold three strands together but if you have the right hook its easier. Great way to get rid of those scrap bits of yarn, luckily the cats aren’t fussy over color so they’re getting light blue, light pink, and rainbow. I’m using the pattern Pixie Cat Cave.
Got this AMAZING quilted fabric at work today for $2!!!!! Nearly a whole yard of a fabric that’s normally $15.99 a yard. I love that remnants are 75% off for now. Also not complaining about my employee discount.