Crocheting is quite a fun and addictive hobby, unlike knitting it seems like the sape possibilities and graphics are endless, it’s just perfect for crafting little plushes (amigurumi) and graphic designs.

I’ve become addicted to both knitting and crochet living in cold, cold Indianapolis and even more so now with a baby on the way. I can’t imagine all the rainbow kitty afgan cuteness that will erupt!

So how do you do it? Not sure where these notes originated from, possibly Craftster, but they’re quite useful for new cute-crochet lovers!

Such a beginner you still can’t get it? A great way to learn crocheting and knitting skills is to watch tutorials online, you can pause and take as long as you want.

What is a Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Triple Crochet, Chain Stitch and Double Crochet ?

tut Hello Kitty crochet mix

The Hello Kitty pattern is quite elusive, it takes a bit of a search to find it. The book is out of print, hard to find and expensive. If we simply learn to crochet Hello Kitty to scale and the rest of the granny square the possibilities are endless! They seem to attach the white head to quite a lot of the projects, so this is absolutely necessary to learn for any crochet kittiness.

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About Amber Renée

Artist & designer that has a madmad obsession with whimsy and color.

7 Thoughts on “How to Hello Kitty Crochet

  1. Awwwww, they’re so CUTE!

  2. OMG I must do this myself!! :D WEE Here I go!

  3. You have to show us! Are you a crocheter? I also have a bootie pattern I can send you if you’re interested — I’m scared to try it — looks confusing, I’m a crochet newb.

  4. I would love to have the patterns for hello kitty bag shoes pillow etc. but where do i find it

  5. They’re available in the out of print Hello Kitty Crochet book you see above — sometimes it’s on ebay or etsy but pretty expensive! :p

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  7. carrie on 09/30/2011 at 9:42 pm said:

    love these patterns Ive also been trying to find them with no luck. I hope I will be able to copy these instructions and create my own magic.

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