Neko Atsume Japanese Cat Amigurumi Pattern + Photo Tutorials - Beginner Friendly

This is the ULTIMATE NEKO-ATSUME Crochet Collection! You are getting so much in this awesome pattern!

Includes: Materials List (With Suggestions of Brand/Fabric Paint/Wool Felting Etc) How To Use This Pattern Guide Body Type Guide (Pick a Pose for Your Cat) 4 Body Type Patterns - 4 Body Shapes Makes 21 Poses Depending On How You Add Legs (Make any cat you want in any pose!) Face/Tail Markings Guide (Shows you how to paint or felt on colors) Back/Head Markings Guide (Shows you how to paint or felt on colors) Color Guide - Shows every single common cat in the game (no rare cats yet) and gives a comprehensive color guide) Goodies Guide - Shows 4 Styles of Goodie and all the in game pieces they make. 4 Goodies Patterns- In different colors you can create 21 different goodies!

Tons of explanatory pictures. These are easy crochet patterns that work up quickly. The body is no more than 19 rounds long. You can make any kitty in the game in more than 20 poses!

This PDF pattern is bright fun and easy to follow! It is 18 pages and has tons of photos to help you crochet your PERFECT Neko Cat!

Your Neko cats will be about 5-6 inches long and tall depending on the pose you use. All of my patterns are fully scale-able so if you want to make them in larger sizes just use larger yarn and a corresponding hook!

You will need worsted weight yarn, fiber fill or another stuffing, a variety of fabric paints OR loose wool for felting, embroidery needle, 3.5mm hook, scissors, paint brushes, safety eyes OR dimensional fabric paint.

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Contains:

*US Crochet Pattern Terms *Illustrated Crochet Pattern *Extensive Guides Provided *Amigurumi *Measured in Inches *Works Up Fast

Materials you need at home:

*Worsted Weight Yarn *3.5mm Crochet Hook *Fabric Paint OR Loose Wool (Needle Felting) *Tapestry Needle *Fiber Fill or Other Stuffing *Safety Eyes OR Dimensional Fabric Paint

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TheSoftScientist

My name is Erica and I am also known as the The Soft Scientist. I endeavor to create exceptionally accurate scientific fiber art patterns. While challenging, my patterns offer unique opportunities to grow your skills and make interesting creatures.

My patterns are designed to be as scientifically accurate as possible. You also may sell the finished product of my patterns as long as my website www.thesoftscientist.com is credited on any sales tag or online description!

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