Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies Pattern

Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies
Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies
Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies

Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies Pattern

The Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies is a free pattern and is one of the newest patterns available on Yarnspirations.

It’s using Bernat Baby Crushed Velvet and Bernat Baby Velvet Yarn. The cat is so soft, it’s just a wonderful crochet pattern to do.

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Free Pattern: Fat Cat Stuffies

The body is larger than you might imagine and I did improvise a bit making the legs, arms and tail longer. I also made the eyes the same instructions as the body from rounds 1 – 4 using the solid blue and used safety eyes instead.

Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies
Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies


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Crochet Unicorn Stuffie

The Crochet Unicorn Stuffie is a new friend to the Fat Cat Stuffies. Shaped almost the same and is the same size. There are similar elements to the pattern but also additional pattern add on like clover hoofs, curly hair aka mane, and of course, the iconic horn.

Can’t you just see this being gifted to a loved one or just in your own home for a bit of cheery decor?

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Crochet Pig Stuffie
Crochet Pig Stuffie

Crochet Pig Stuffie Pattern

The third friend of the Fat Cat is the Crochet Pig Stuffie. I will call him Hammy and love him forever and ever.

Like the Fat Cat and Unicorn, the pattern is the same until the 4″ in the middle are complete. Then, it takes a different course of action with a taller head line.

The hoofs are the same as the unicorn and there is a little wiggly tail at the back too!

It’s pretty sickening adorable!

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Free Pattern: Crochet Pig Stuffies

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  1. Michelle hughes

    reading the pattern for the fat cat, on the body at round 11 it says *1 sc in each of next 4 sc.
    2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 4 sc. Rep from * but listening to the video you have a count of 8 sc after the increase, is that a typo ?

    • Mikey

      It’s probably my tongue. Follow the pattern.

    • Mikey

      Oh, I did that because it’s easier to count 8’s. After I got to the increase, it’s easier to do it that way. However, the increase is still the same as the pattern.

      • Michelle hughes

        even round 6 and 8 on the pattern don’t mention the 4 and 6 stitches.

      • Mikey

        Im looking at the pattern now to see what you exactly mean. I don’t quite follow.

      • Mikey

        6th rnd: *1 sc in each of next 2 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 2 sc. Rep from * around. 48 sc.
        This one starts off with having us change the increased location and shifting it by 2 stitches. Once the increase was done, I said in the tutorial, just count 4 sc in a row, then inc. Do that around and you will be left with 2 sc to finish at the end. I find it’s easier to count this way.

        7th rnd: *2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 5 sc. Rep from * around. 56 sc.
        This one has our increase at the beginning again. Then 5 sc in a row.

        8th rnd: *1 sc in each of next 3 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 3 sc. Rep from * around. 64 sc.
        The inc has been shifted again 3 sts over. Once the inc is done, I counted 6 sc in a row, then inc. You will be left 3 sts to sc in the end.

        9th rnd: *2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 7 sc. Rep from * around. 72 sc.
        The inc is back at the beginning again.

        10th rnd: 1 sc in each sc around.
        1 sc in each around. There would be 72 sc sts around as there was no inc.

        11th rnd: *1 sc in each of next 4 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 4 sc. Rep from * around. 80 sc.
        The inc was shifted over by 4 sts. Then inc. From here, I did 8 sc in a row, then inc. You will be left with 4 sts at the end to finish.

      • Michelle hughes

        I think it’s just me, I’m confused (not taking much really 🙂 )… So If I follow the pattern it will give me the same outcome as if I was listening to the video, right ? I will keep going and see what I get I guess…..wish me luck lol I don’t know what I was thinking giving this a try, this yarn is difficult for me.

  2. Deb

    After I made my kitty, one of my daughter-in-laws asked for an owl, the other wanted a husky. I just started crocheting last October, so they’re a little crooked and rough.
    You can make anything with the basic pattern.

    Crochett stuffies.

  3. Chera L Chapin

    I made a cat following the general pattern, but made my own feet and arms.
    I also made a butt on my kitty ?
    I used red heart yarns and a really small hook, so my kitty actually DID only come out about 10 inches, but he looks like a sweet rollie polli grapefruit cat ?

  4. Tina

    I couldn’t figure out what I was doing wrong until I looked at the video again. Turns out the written pattern is written wrong starting with the 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, and 17th. Is anyone else noticing this too? Example: 6th round says *1 sc in each of next 2 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1sc in next 2 sc repeat from *. But the video says after the first increase 4 sc in the next 4 sc…..

    • I’ve done so many hats I didn’t honestly pay attention to the written pattern, I mostly just listened and worked, mind you, My cat ended up huge. there are some patterns that break up the stretch of non-increases in a pattern so that you don’t end up with a ridged line in whatever the project is. If you’re getting the right shape like many of the others that have completed theirs so far, Keep going with whatever method is working for you.

    • Michelle hughes

      YUP me too !!! I’m glad I’m not the only one seeing this….I was foloowing the pattern up to row 11 and then listened to the video and it was totally off for 6, 8, and 11….then I stopped….now I have to frog it all I guess

      • Mikey

        I guess I don’t understand. I’m sorry I have screwed this up for you. I’m sorry.

      • Michelle hughes

        Not you Mikey, you know what your doing, just I don’t lol I think I get what you are saying now tho, you are carrrying your end stitches over to the start of the first stitches, brings you back to the 4sc at the start and you are saying 8 sc as the 4 at the end and the 4 for the beginning. it was throwing me off as I was hearing 8 but wasn’t reading 8 but the 4 end + 4 start is the 8….see told ya I was confused.

  5. Kinda wished it would have not been so big! I thought it would be about 8-10 in.tall!

    • mine is ending up a lot bigger, if you wish it smaller you could try a smaller hook and yarn, One of the cats I’ve seen was made with the, Feels Like Butter yarn and it was much smaller. Try one in a sport weight, there options to make it smaller.

  6. Amy

    Will Bernstein Velvet stripes work?

    • You can use pretty much any yarn, you may just have to adjust the hook size depending on the weight of it.

  7. Cher Lynn

    I’m working on the Fat Cat after pulling it all out and starting over. Oh My Word…He’s going to be big. Made it passed the Main Color and now I’m going on….He looks great so far…I’ve got my fingers crossed. Your pattern seem to be working for me…Can’t wait to see it finished….Thanks Mikey for all your help…I just couldn’t keep up with you on the video….So when I started over it worked well…. Time will tell…..Stay safe and keep using your balls……..of yarn…..Hugs* Cher Lynn

  8. Lisa Zafar

    I am having trouble finding the crushed velvet yarn. I could only find the regular velvet. What is the difference?

    • Pretty much the only difference is the look of the yarn everything else is the same.

  9. Francine thompson

    Would this make a good door stppper please

    • It would if you stuffed the bottom with something weighted to keep it from toppling over

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