Meow! So, in the theme of cuteness, there is cute and cuter. Of course, there is also the cutest and by far the cutest is an amigurumi kitten.
Here I collected the sweetest patterns of all amigurumi crochet patterns. Amigurumi kittens will be perfect to show love to someone no matter the occasion.
Although you may not believe me, I will prove this to you with the selection of patterns below. Indeed, kittens are perennial amigurumi favorites that will always be welcome in any nursery, room or home.
When love is in the air, and what better way to express your affection?
It’s a handmade gift! This collection of amigurumi kittens will melt your heart. But crocheted kittens are very universal and can be made for anyone you know. Whether you’re planning to surprise your partner, friend, family member, or even yourself, these crochet kittens will make heartfelt gifts for any occasion.
The Valentine’s Day theme adds an extra touch of romance, making them ideal tokens of affection for the holiday. However, don’t limit yourself to just Valentine’s Day—these kittens can be cherished and enjoyed year-round as charming decor or as companions for all ages.
You can combine the sweet kitten with the Valentine’s Day or Mothers Day card, give it as a birthday or Christmas gift. You can also treat these patterns as a perfect Easter amigurumi free crochet patterns! Finally, you can give it both to someone you deeply love, or just as an appreciation gift to a neighbour.
Amigurumi, the Japanese art of crocheting or knitting small stuffed creatures, recently is very popular. Very easy to customize, crochet animals and characters allows craters to express their imagination and creativity. As they are usually small, they are very affordable projects to make.
Within this blog post, everyone you will find a right pattern no matter how long you are crocheting.
Since we also want to popularize these as much as possible, they are beginner-friendly patterns. At the same time these cat amigurumi patterns are highly customizable to match any taste or ability. They’d also make a great present for all of you kitty-cat fans everywhere.
So, grab your crochet hooks, gather your yarn, and join us on another crochet journey. Let’s dive into the world of Valentine Kittens and discover how you can create something extraordinary using just crochet hook and a yarn.
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First of our free patterns is a Valentine’s-themed project that’s so totally adorable I could scream. In particular, the heart-like head is awesome and so apropos. Remember to add a safety eyes into your project.
Designer: Anna Khramova
The original pattern and the photos are available on Cutie me store at Instagram:
To see the pattern, you have to scroll photos on Instagram.
Cat for Valentine’s Day
Next, this valentines amigurumi kitten is a adorable chubby feline a bit in the style of Pusheen. After all, who doesn’t like a rotund, contented little furball? Happy Valentine’s Day!
Designer: MarizzaToys Crochet Patterns
The original pattern and the photos are available on MarizzaToys Crochet Patterns page on Instagram:
Valentine’s Day Cat
Finally, here is the “heartiest” amigurumi kitten. Indeed, this is a heart turned feline, not some heart-like “catosity”. This cute crochet cat will be perfect for decorating a Valentine’s gift.
Designer: Amigurmi Today
The original pattern and the photos are available on Amigurumi Today blog:
Tiny Hello Kitty Free Amigurumi Pattern
There is probably no crocheted cat amigurumi more iconic than Hello Kitty. This version is super easy to make and is perfect for small hands or as a backpack companion. Add this to a party loot bag and watch the little eyes light up!
Designer: keziahs mama crochet
The original pattern and the photos are available on Instagram:
Itty Bitty Valentine Kitty
Finally, here is the last pattern among the selected free design resources of crochet cat patterns. The Itty Bitty Valentine Kitty will be perfect as an addition to a Valentine’s day card. That said, despite the fact that Valentine’s Day is done for the year, it’s always a good idea to show someone some love.
Designer: Caitie Moore (Thoresby Cottage)
The original pattern and the photos are available on Thoresby Cottage blog: