NOTE: The direct links to all the individual photos can be found in this post.
The other day someone asked me if I knew of a cute pattern for a knit mouse. Well, as you can well imagine, once I started looking I couldn’t stop! And, if hardly seems fitting to have a cat without a mouse, right? So here are some cuties from the web. I tried to combine the easy with the more advanced. And not to fret all you crocheters. Next week I plan to have a crocheted cat and mouse showcase!
When I first went looking for this pattern, I was trying to find the little mice that were in the basket. Cute, right? As it turns out they are the heads of the bigger mice. If I go to make this, I think I will actually turn a couple of the heads into wee mice. This are the designs of Julie Williams of Little Cotton Rabbits. Everything she designs is cute. The pattern can be purchased for $6.33 on Etsy.
Little Miss Mouse by Nicki Trench on dermamores
Download this free knit pattern from dermamores. Gotta love her togs!
Great introduction to Fair Isle knitting. These wee mice with knit up quickly. Pattern is available for free on Yellow Pink and Sparkly.
All you need are some basic knitting skills to create this little mouse. I love its simplicity. The pattern is free on Martha Stewart’s blog.
This squishy cat loves to sit in windows. So cute! This pattern is available for free on Sara Elizabeth Kellner’s Ravelry Page.
So easy to make even novice knitters will be able to make one. Great project for children from Natural Suburbia. Pattern is free.
Yes, please. I’m loving this sweetie. Available on Amanda Berry’s Ravelry page for 3.33 GBP.
Well, hello there little Kitty. You look like you would be very fun to play with. This free pattern is from Justjen-Knits and Stitches.
Plush Felted Kitty from Lumbo Gimbo
Knit and felt this little guy. With that smiley face who wouldn’t love him? The pattern is available for $5.50 from the Etsy shop Lumbo Gimbo.