Kitty Knits by Donna Druchunas

Kitty Knits

Kitty Knits is the first knitting book entirely devoted to the funny, furry felines in our lives. Discover creative ways to knit up practical projects for kitties to love and cat-themed designs for owners to enjoy. Just like cat batting at a ball of yarn, it’s a perfect match.

Over 20 projects feature items for cats, their people, and their homes — along with adorable photos of cats with their knitted treasures. Choose from toys, beds, mats, and more for cats, plus feline-inspired sweaters, hats, pillows, and bags for cat-loving knitters. Find projects in a variety of styles and skill levels, from felted designs to Fair Isle pattern.

Discover creative ways to knit up practical projects for kitties to love and cat-themed designs for owners to enjoy. Just like a cat batting at a ball of yarn, it’s the perfect playful match.

  • Over 20 projects feature items for cats, their people, and their homes along with adorable photos of cats with their knitted treasures
  • Choose from toys, beds, mats, and more for cats, plus feline-inspired sweaters, hats, pillows, and bags for cat- loving knitters
  • Find projects for a variety of styles and skill levels, from felted designs to Fair Isle patterns

Projects: 20
Pages:
80
ISBN 978-1-56477-838-3
Publisher: Martingale
Type: Paperback | Color
You will receive a signed book by the author

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We carefully review each book to make sure that the information presented is correct. However, sometimes something sneaks past us and makes it into a book. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.Below you’ll find corrections for this book presented in a PDF format. The corrections are generally highlighted in yellow or shown in bold type. Corrections are made to books before they are reprinted, so your copy may already contain some or all of these corrections..PDF links below.

Page 43 – Cat-Ears Hat

Page 54 – Kitty Socks Chart B0

Page 56 – Embroidered Baby Blanket MaterialsPage 59 – Felted Carpet Bag Instructions for Front 

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