The bib

Now that you've learned how to go round and round, it's time to learn how to crochet in straight lines. (Hats and scarves, here we come!)

Crocheting in straight lines is called "crocheting in rows", which is why patterns talk about rows instead of rounds:

Row 1:
With white yarn, ch 6
Row 2:
5 sc, ch 1 & turn (5)
Row 3:
inc, 3 sc, inc, ch 1 & turn
Row 4:
7 sc, ch 1 & turn
Row 5:
7 sc, ch 20

Fasten off, and leave about a half inch yarn tail. Flip the bib so that the chain you just made is on the left. Now you'll make the other strap:

Row 6:
Slip stitch join in the last stitch of the last row, ch 20

Fasten off, and leave about a half inch yarn tail. Weave in the yarn tails from the beginning of the bib and the slip stitch join.

Meow let's make this bib purr-fect fur a cat 😉 Grab an arm’s length of orange yarn and watch this video:

Tie the bib on, and voila!

cat with bib

Hooray, you dun it! 

And there ya have it, your very own purr-fect cat!

Every Wooble comes out a little bit different, and that's part of their charm. Tag us on Instagram @thewoobles, so we can ooooh and aaaaah at your woobly wonder.

Now that you know how to crochet, you can make Nico the Cat again and again by following the pattern.

Until we meet again, wooble on!

happy cat gif