Crocheted Cuddly Kittens Afghan

Crocheted Cuddly Kittens Afghan

No, this crochet afghan doesn't feature your favorite furry friend, but the stitch does look like a row of adorable felines! A Crocheted Cuddly Kittens Afghan is quick, easy and perfect for girls. We love the pink and white colors used here, but you're always welcome to use any fun colors of your choice to create your own custom crocheted afghan. As if this crocheted afghan wasn't already awesome, a fringe crochet edging adds the perfect finishing touch.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I have not made this Crocheted Cuddle Kittens Afghan. So with that being said, After reading the written pattern, I was looking for a stitch guide, there is none. Some times at my age I need to re-read how to do a stitch, so a guide would be nice. I like the look of this afghan and the colors are nice. I read all the other comments below and have a better idea on how to do this. Thank you for sharing this free crochet afghan pattern.

Oh yes. If you closely, the stitches resemble kittens with their paws shown. I love cats, in fact better than dogs but I don't like this cat pattern. They don't look happy.

You have given me two reasons to make this for my grand daughter. She loves cats and wants to be a Vet and her favorite colors are pink and purple. Enter grandma with her trusty crochet hook and an easy yet cute pattern. This is going to be perfect. Thank you!

I love cats and just had to make this pattern. I made each row a different color. After you got through the pattern a couple of times, it was very easy. I've attached 2 pics. One thing not shown in my pics is that I had some thinner yarn, maybe baby or sport yarn, and I used two strands of different colors for some rows. That made multi-colored cats as most cats aren't solid colors. The rest of the yarn was worsted weight. I really liked this pattern. I'd been looking for it for a long time. I first saw it at my mother-in-law's house but she wouldn't share the pattern. Long story there. -) Thank you for sharing. I intend to make it again for a friend for her birthday.

Beautiful! Really, really pretty! url=http// == url I am so glad that others are appreciating these vintage posts!!

I wish I could make my own custom samsung galaxy cases out from these materials. I wanted something unique and use recycled materials.

Maybe it's just me but you really have to stretch your imagination to see "kittens" with this pattern.

I have crocheted this afghan pattern a couple of times. It's fun to crochet and really cute. Cat lovers go nuts over it. But I am wondering who owns the pattern rights. I have had this pattern for a couple of years, and seen it crocheted many years ago. How do you handle copyright issues?

Hello this is a really cute old afghan pattern. I do believe the picture shows the puff stitches (paws) wrong, although the pattern seems to read correct! (I have made this several times) The puff stitch worked in between the shell stitches should be two rows down not one like the picture....this will define the head and ears more and look more like a cat. Also if YO is 3 times instead of 4 I think it looks better and uses less yarn. Works up nice with an I hook and red heart worsted or an H hook with Caron simply soft. I just made one in black, white, and grey and fringed the short ends. Looks terrific! Hope this helps other readers who want to make this.

Help! I started this afghan about 2 months ago but I never printed the directions. I wanted to finish the afghan but unfortunately the directions will not come up online. I've tried several different ways. I had the directions saved on my Iphone but they won't come up either. Just keep getting an error. Can someone please send me a copy of the directions. Would love to finish this afghan as it is so cute. Thank you.

This pattern is a little off, and u don't need to use puff stitch. Work with it and u will be able to figure it out

How cute! I have a cat lover on my Christmas list that would adore this afghan.


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