10 Knitted Cat Toys Patterns

Put some pep back into kitty’s step with these adorable knitted cat toys for them to get their paws on! It’s a fun way to delight your furry friend for all of their nine lives.

Knitted Cat Toys Patterns

Feeling crafty? Shopping for your cat is fun, but knitting for them can be a blast, too! Knitted cat toys are an inexpensive, creative way to keep your cat amused—and they can be way better than anything you buy in a store!

10 Knitted Cat Toy Patterns

Take a look at some of my favorites below. I think they’re pretty purr-worthy:


1. Knit Cat Toys Free Pattern by Nicola Valiji

Here’s a set of quick and easy projects for beginners that your cat would absolutely love! It has everything your cat needs: a mouse, a fish, and something that rolls!

Knit Cat Toys Free Pattern by Nicola Valiji

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2. Easy Cat Toy Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele

Whether she’s rolling it around on the floor or tossing it up in the air, your kitty will play with this little ball to her heart’s content. This knitted ball filled with catnip is a great gift for any furry feline–especially kittens! This classic toy is perfect addition to any cat toy’s collection.

Easy Cat Toy Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele

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3. Knitted Catnip Candy Toys Pattern by Yarnspirations

This sweet-themed, beginner project really makes kitty purr! Craft fun, feline candy novelties using the colors that work best for your cat. Then, simply fill with a bit of the good stuff to make your cat happy.

Knitted Catnip Candy Toys Pattern by Yarnspirations

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4. Knitted Cat Toys Pattern by Nervous Stitch

If you have a beloved moggy or are trying to win the affections of a friend or family member’s cat, these knitted cat toys are just what you need. Choose from a spider, a goldfish, a ball, and a mouse, or make them all four! These toys are perfect to use up your yarn scraps!

Knitted Cat Toys Pattern by Nervous Stitch

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5. Knitted Bouncy Door Hanger Cat Toy by Fun Things To Do While You’re Waiting

Take a break from the literal with this Knitted Bouncy Door Hanger Cat Toy. Hang it from a doorknob and kitty will have a blast batting it around. It’s the perfect toy to play with when you’re not around to dangle things in front of your cat.

Knitted Bouncy Door Hanger Cat Toy by Fun Things To Do While You're Waiting

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6. A Fish For Kitty Knitting Pattern by Diane Moran

There’s nothing fishy going on here – just adorable fish toys that kitty will love. No matter what color your cat prefer, you’re sure to find them lovingly peppered throughout the house.

A Fish For Kitty Knitting Pattern by Diane Moran

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7. Jingle Mouse Knit Cat Toy Pattern by Dooley And Spud

Transform a few jingle bells and some leftover yarn scraps into hours of pet-friendly fun! Your fuzzy pals will definitely adore these quick-knitting Jingle Mouse.

 Jingle Mouse Knit Cat Toy Pattern by Dooley And Spud

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8. Cute Knitted Toys For Kitties by Elizabeth Jarvis

Choose from a fish, a bird, a bat, a snake, a mouse, or an octopus to keep your feline friend on her paws! Whatever your kitty’s taste, there’s bound to be something for her!

Cute Knitted Toys For Kitties by Elizabeth Jarvis

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9. Catipi Knitting Pattern Ursule Knits

Cats sure love to play, but what do they love most? Sleep! For a cat that loves nesting and hiding, this Catnip Cat Cave may be a perfect DIY you.

Catipi Knitting Pattern Ursule Knits

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10. Knit Cat Toys Free Pattern Amanda Berry

Consider making these three knitted toys for a kitty in need! These cute toys use small amounts of yarn and make great stashbusters. Add a little bit of catnip to make them irresistible to kitties.

Knit Cat Toys Free Pattern Amanda Berry

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PAMPER YOUR KITTY WITH THESE FUN KNITTED CAT TOYS!

If you’ve made these knitted cat toys for the feline friends in your life, share a photo with us on our Facebook Page and show their favorites! Also, don’t forget to make a few extra for the kitties at your local shelter—they will be forever thankful!

If you enjoyed making any of these knitted cat toys, here are more pet-related posts you should check out:

Now, let’s treat our favorite feline to some new and creatively knitted cat toys that are sure to be a hit! Make one today!

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