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Here, Kitty, Kitty!

Revised:  7/29/04
**** See the new Here....Puppy, Puppy pattern!****

 

See more animal themed quilts for Kids of all ages!

Here, Kitty, Kitty! quilt top measures 36-1/2" square before borders. More kitties could be added to make a larger quilt.

This is a scrap quilt. See cutting instructions for minimum amount of fabric needed for one kitty. Background requires about 1 yd of 40" width material.

 

Need a pattern for  a quick quilt for a special baby?
Look here!

 For each of the 36 kitties cut (note I suggest that you cut and sew one kitty to check these directions before cutting fabric for all kitties):

v4 - 2" squares of body material

v1 - 3 1/2" x 5" rectangle of body material


 

Patch Castles is a fun quilt for an older child.

From background material cut:

v36 - 2" x 5" rectangles (1 for each kitty)

v36 - 2" squares (1 for each kitty)

v72 - 1-1/4" x  6-1/2" rectangles (2 for each kitty)


For seasonally themed. paper-pieced placemats, tablerunners and wall quilts see the Get Set series!

To make the ears for one kitty, place one 2" square of kitty body fabric at each end of a 2" x 5" background rectangle. Sew on the diagonal across the middle of the squares as shown. Trim the excess fabric " from the sewing line and press towards body fabric.  

 

Love Christmas and Christmas Trees? Make one or both of these fun Christmas tree patterns.

The ears unit should look like this. Repeat for all kitties.  
To make the feet for on kitty, sew one 2" square of kitty body fabric to each side of a 2" square of background fabric. The feet unit should look like this. Repeat for all kitties.


Try a paper-pieced Santa, Mrs. Claus,
Elf or Snowman

 

Sew ears unit, feet unit and  3-1/2" x 5" rectangle of body fabric together in order shown here to form kitty unit.

 

Sew 1-1/4" x 6-1/2" rectangles to the sides of each kitty.


Do you like to paper-piece? Quilt Design NW has many paper-piecing patterns.

 Draw or embroider faces and tails. See my technique for adding features to quilt blocks.

Arrange kitty units and remaining background pieces as shown in kitty quilt picture above  and sew together. Add borders as desired.

Download PDF of kitty embroidery pattern.


Some of the fun floral patterns available from
 Quilt Design NW

If you liked this kitty pattern then you will love "Sally the Kitty".

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Marjorie Rhine
22371 SE Donna Circle
Boring, OR 97009
(503) 658-3208
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2000 by Marje Rhine of Quilt Design NW. Permission granted for the personal use of these instructions and diagrams. Other uses require written consent of the author.

Last Updated on December 16, 2006