I originally designed this appliqué set for the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie pattern, but the Paw Print Appliqué Set stands alone too! Add it to an animal lover’s tote bag, hat, scarf, Kindle Cozy, or to an animal bed or blanket – the possibilities are endless!
I wrote this pattern using worsted weight yarn and a 5mm hook, but you can make this using any weight yarn – just change the hook size up or down accordingly. Make tiny thread appliques for a sweet touch, or giant super bulky paw prints for a blanket!
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- US – H, 5.0 mm hook
- 15 yards worsted weight yarn
- Each set, or Paw Print, includes 4 identical toes and 1 pad.
- For instructions on any stitches or techniques used in this pattern, including the hdc (half double crochet) and magic circle, please visit the Video Tutorials Page.
Hiya…love your site!! And I love the paws. I plan to applique them on something for my sister….she has ten cats and four dogs!!!! Just wanted to tell you that the word ravelry is missing an “r” in this post. May cause probs for people.
So glad you like it – and thanks so much for the heads up! 😀 I appreciate it!
Will use this pattern to “decorate” my ski instructor uniform because I teach a group called Polar Bears. Will also incorporate it for my fellow instructors’ end of year gifts. Thanks.
You’re very welcome!
So lovely. I’m going to put a pic and link to this on my blog, if that’s ok?
Nik, that would be great, thank you!
I love this pattern and just had a great idea for it. I printed it out and read thru it. What do you mean by the taking commissions? Thanks.
Hi Kristan! I used to take orders for finished items. I don’t anymore though, due to time constraints, so I’ve been trying to remove that part from older posts, but there are so many it’s taking a while to get through. You’re certainly welcome to sell your own finished items made from the pattern though! I talk about that on the All About Moogly page. 🙂
I was wondering if there was a way to connect the toes…I’m wanting to put it on a baby headband…thx!
Hm, you could whip stitch them together, but that might be kind of floppy/unstable, unless worked very tightly in thread. I’d crochet a circle in a contrasting color and sew the applique on that, and then affix the circle to the headband I think.
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I follow the pattern, but I have a question, when you say, in the second row of the pad …”[2dc] in the last 2 sts”, it means 2 dc in each one, or just one in each one?
Because “[3dc] in the next st” is 3 in the same st, right?
I’m so sorry but I’m confused. thanks a lot.
In retrospect that line of instructions was poorly written. I’ve re-written it now to be much clearer (I hope!) – thanks for having me take another look at it!
Well, thank you!
I’m excited to see this appliqué on here. I’m going to make my daughter an ear warmer and probably just a headband and put this on them so we can support my nephews at their sporting events. They are the kougars 🙂
I loved this pattern and am putting it on everything 🙂
😀 Thank you Sophie, glad to hear it!
Hi! I love this pattern! But I was just wondering, how do you make the pawprints in a bigger size? Thanks
Hi Julie! Bigger yarn, bigger hook, and adding more rows! 🙂
This is just adorable!!! I am adding a link to this pattern for my Fabulous Friday 5 pattern round-up on my blog. I just love it 🙂
Thank you for the great paw print pattern. By doing them, I learned two things from you: the slip stitch (I had so much trouble understanding that stitch but with your video, the coin finally dropped) and the seamless join (I had no idea about that.
So, thank you for helping me to learn two new things today and for a great pattern.
♥ Thank you so very much!