Pattern description from Stitch ‘N Bitch:
I’m a sucker for eyelash yarns, and they know it too--a couple of skeins mysteriously manage to jump into my bag every time I visit my local yarn store. After knitting too many extra long, skinny, furry scarves, I decided it was time to make something more useful with my favorite yarn. Voila: a fashionable furry bed for my furry companions. This project is perfect for beginners--a long garter stitch rectangle sewn to the edge of a garter-stitch circle. That’s really all there is to it. Both the pattern and the intended recipients will forgive any imperfections, so relax and have fun with it. Your cats will love that you’re finally knitting something for them!
Apr 12, 2016 - DIY Cat Bed Sewing Pattern | See Kate Sew
Here is a great pattern for using up all your ends of chunky or double knit yarn! I designed this pattern using 4 strands of chunky yarn together, although 5 or 6 strands of thinner yarn can be used instead. Tension doesn’t have to be that exact of this cute bed ...... if the size of the swatch is near enough, just carry on with the rest of the basket. Lovely and chunky, makes up quick and traps all the warm air near to your dog or cat's body.
Free Small Pet Bed Sewing Pattern - The Spruce
Using fabric scissors, cut out two 13” circles out of craft felt for the bottom of the cat bed. (You can make a quick circle pattern by using a compass and paper or by tracing a large stock pot directly onto the felt, which is what I did.)
FREE Cat Bed Sewing Pattern | Sewing patterns, Navidad and Patterns
This pattern is a basic crochet in a flat circle. I wrote out this pattern after trying the and finding it lumpy even after blocking. The main difference is this is not a continuous chain and it does not use eyelash. I was looking to make a fast, cheap bed for rescue cats. This bed does not need to be blocked.Finally! A sturdy cat bed that doesn’t slouch. This cat bed includes strong walls crocheted with two strands of super bulky yarn and reinforced with a wire frame. Along with the crochet patte…Finally! A sturdy cat bed that doesn’t slouch. This cat bed includes strong walls crocheted with two strands of super bulky yarn and reinforced with a wire frame. Along with the crochet patte…I've just made three of these this week, and my cats love them! I might make a couple more as one of them likes to follow me around - so I can leave a bed for him in every room (spoilt much?!). I also skipped the bolster cushion. And one other thing, I used up some wadding I had in my stash to pad the base and then used loose stuffing to fill the ring. Worked a treat. Thank you for a great simple pattern.