Cats

Sitting Cat pattern

Cat outline

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Cat & Pumpkin Pattern

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Cat Pattern

This cute cat mini has a jute string tail. To do this- knot one end of a piece of jute string.

Find jute string in your household dept in the store – or in the crafts section.

Glue the ‘knotted’ end of the tail onto the cat with Elmer’s glue. Let this dry overnight.

Cat & mouse Pattern

cat & mouse saw pattern
Walking cat Outline Pattern

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Sitting cat Pattern

side view cat sitting pattern

 

 

Sleek Kitty Pattern

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Mothers day childrens craft pattern to makeTrace the Mothers Day pattern of cat onto wood or to paper. Paint with acrylics and finish with adding the #1 Mom words after the base coat of paint has dried.mothers day craftskitten




Laundry Day Cat on Clothesline

Laundry Day Cat 

3D Kitty Cat

 

This way to 3D cut out cat pattern


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CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO OPEN IN ANOTHER WINDOW. RIGHT CLICK TO SAVE- or PRINT RIGHT FROM MONITOR.

 

 

Cut this Halloween Cat out of 3/4" or smaller 1/2" for a neat shelve sitter.

Cut the cat paw from thinner wood and use a nail inserted to have the arm - swing - back and forth.

Here are the cutest foursome you will ever see in a scroll saw pattern. Four cat friends that have no inside cuts.  Works well

with any thickness of wood.

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Cat in bath tub pattern

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Bath tun outline craft pattern

Cat and pumpkin pattern

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Outline for Cat & Pumpkin pattern

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Pretty Kitty Pattern

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Pretty Kitty Craft Pattern

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Cat Crossing pattern

This pattern does not require any inside cuts. Follow the arrows and see for yourself

how you can cut in and back out with no extra drilling of holes required.

Kitty Scroll Pattern

PRETTY KITTY WOOD COLLECTIBLE

Create this adorable kitty using 1/2" or 3/4" pine wood. Cute magnets can be made by using 1/4" wood with either luan or birch. Cut up to 4 pieces of 1/4" at time! Use acrylic paint for painting the cat. The trick with painting any wood collectible is this:  paint the entire wood base first, THEN apply the details when the base is dry. For this kitty for example, if painting the gold, paint the entire cat gold. Then when the gold paint is dry, paint the eyes and the mouth and nose. Then paint the flowers, etc.   More about painting these wood miniatures in coming posts.

Here is a  neat  trick to try with most any wood miniature;  if you like a particular pattern, try painting that piece in many different colors. For instance , if selling your crafts at a

 

fair,  think about displaying  pretty "blue " cats.

Quite a head turner. This comes in handy also if the customer is looking for her color cat to buy and does not find it. The blue would represent 'all' colors of cats. Not to mention the uniqueness that goes along with such a marvelous collection of glorious wood items!

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