Jam Made Crochet Granny Cat Pattern – A Crochet Bucket List Project

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Design: Jam Made Granny Cat Pattern

Designer: Jen M of Jam Made

 My sister saw Jen’s fabulous Granny Cat Pattern on my Facebook page a little while ago and asked if I could make one for my niece – for Christmas.
Photo Credit: Jen M (JamMade)
I loved Jen’s design so was happy to fill this request 🙂
The project was worked in Worsted Weight yarn and I used a 4.50 mm hook.
The instructions were very easy to follow – you can find them here:
Here is my version of the kitty:
Jam Made Granny Cat Pattern - Crochet Bucket List Project

The square I used for the project was from the Leisure Arts Publication:

Affiliate Link:  99 Granny Squares To Crochet.

It is number 59 in the book and designed by Martha Brooks Stein.

This kitty is 24″ tall and 8″ wide.  The granny square is backed with a square of fabric which I stitched on by hand.

The kitty is very huggable and both my Littles want to get their wee hands on it – thus it is hiding in a safe place to await delivery to my sister 🙂

If you would like to see the other kitties made using this pattern (currently there are 25!) here is the link to the Ravelry Project Page: Project Gallery Jam Made Pussy Cat

For other Jam Made Designs visit her blog: Free Crochet Patterns/Tutorials and her Shop: Jam Made’s Pattern Shop

You can also visit Jen on her Facebook Page(s):

Jam Made
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  1. Hi Karen, You can try contacting here here: https://www.facebook.com/shopjammade/ and she also has a Craftsy Shop here: https://www.craftsy.com/
    I think she changed most of her patterns to purchase only because someone was sharing them in different languages without her permission and in print form (in a magazine if I remember correctly). I think she stopped blogging after that because it was so upsetting for her? She should have contact buttons on those 2 sites to try 🙂
    All the best, R

  2. How does a person contact Jam Made? The elephant pattern she designed when she had her blog has been asked for but it is not available as her blog is down.
    I was lucky enough to get the free pattern a few years ago.
    Any help if greatly appreciated.

    Thanks you