Friday, October 12, 2012

Kitty Camera Buddy *FREE PATTERN*

by: Kristin Hankins
You may sell your finished product, but DO NOT claim this pattern as your own. Link back to this post wherever your item is listed. You may also tag my Facebook page.
G hook, yarn, hair tie, needle
Work 36 sc around hair tie. Join to first sc.

Chain 1, *hdc, hdc, hdc, 2hdc* around, ending with hdc. Join w/ slst in first hdc.

(I don't know why it's sideways...)
Chain 1, *hdc, hdc, hdc, hdc, 2hdc* around, ending with hdc. Slst into first hdc.

[Begin ear] Chain 1, work 6 sc. (6)

Chain 1, turn. Sc2tog, sc, sc, sc2tog. (4)

Chain 1, turn. Sc2tog, sc2tog. (2)

Chain 1, turn. Sc2tog. (1)

Fasten off. Skip 6 stitches, join yarn, and repeat the ear instructions to make the second ear.

 Stitch on whiskers; you can even add a mini bow to make a Hello Kitty buddy. Weave in ends.



dragonswing said...

I LOVE THIS!! Definitely have to make one before next month's camera club meeting.

Debi Y. said...

Oh my gosh - this is so cute. :)

Anonymous said...

Defiantly going to make this for my daughter's teacher that likes to do photography.

Anonymous said...

So cute!! How did you do the bow on the last picture?

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you! Loving this. I think this will break the ice easily as I travel and take pictures.

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Tianedra Bea said...

The 2hdc is that an increase?

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The 2hdc is that an increase?

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