Knitted Catnip Delight
There isn't a kitten that wouldn't purr over a catnip-filled knitted pillow. The toys are also packed with wool stuffing and a jingle bell.
This toy is a great way to use leftover yarn because it requires less than an ounce. You'll also need a handful of wool stuffing, a large needle, a jingle bell, and a couple of spoonfuls of dried catnip.
St= StitchK= KnitKFB= Knit into front and back of stitch (to make 2 stitches where there was 1)P= PurlK2Tog= Knit 2 stitches togetherP2Tog= Purl 2 stitches togetherBO= Bind off
We used chunky-weight yarn and size-11 needles to make a 3-inch-wide heart. Using different yarn weights and needles will produce results in a variety of sizes. The instructions use standard knitting abbreviations; refer to the key for clarification.