Teeny Tıny Kıtty Cat
Teeny Tıny Kıtty Cat

Teeny Tıny Kıtty Cat

THE HISTORY OF THE TOY

Archaeologists whose history of play and toy are as old as human history
It has been revealed in studies. Many of the games that are known today are also in ancient times.
There are documents, findings, finds that show that they are known. You have the oldness of the toy
It is based on times. The development of civilization in every field such as science, art, architecture and clothing
reflected in children’s games and toys
Stones and lovers in the children’s games (animals such as sheep and goats, knees at the back)
The bones from the area) are generally considered to be the oldest games
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Ancestors of human beings in prehistoric times, imitating what they saw in their environment,
They created the game without realizing it by telling each other with the movements. prey
The person who hunts told other people with imitations how he hunted his prey. These movements
it has turned into magical, religious ceremonies that are consciously made over time and the game is a cultural one at this stage.
has gained feature (MEB, 2007b).
According to Onur (1992), in prehistoric times, people can
they continued collecting fruits and spending all their time protecting their lives.
Due to the wildness of nature, adults and especially children are safe
They did not feel it. At that time, leisure, relaxed and fun time were unknown concepts. Today
the conscious game and leisure time we know didn’t exist then. Of these ages
his paintings had only religious significance rather than play
Archaeologists describe the games played with stones and lovers in their excavations and researches.
They found reliefs and cave paintings. In the British Museum, BC. 800
A sculpture made of clay in the years shows two girls playing in love. In ancient Egypt
games played on the game board in the Middle Kingdom era murals,
bounce games are shown and again in BC. In the 2600s in the tomb of Ak-hor in Egypt
In the mural, a girl is shown playing a hand-tapping game
In Egypt, BC The deed of 1300 and still in the Brooklyn Museum
game board and pieces are also considered to be the ancestors of the game known as chess today
It is.

SUPPLIES :

Yarn : #8 Pearl Cotton ( Grey = main color, Pink and Black = embroidery)
Hook : 1.5 mm (US = n°7 – UK = 2 ½)
Embroidery Needle
Optional : 0.50 mm jewellery wire.

ABBREVIATIONS :

Ch : chain
MR : magic ring
Sc : single crochet
Inc : increase
Dec : decrease
*…,…* : repeat instruction around
FSC : Foundation Single Crochet

HEAD

R1. MR 6 (6)
R2. *inc around (12)
R3.*inc, sc* (18)
R4. *inc, 2sc* (24)
R5. sc around (24)
R6. *inc, 3sc* (30)
R7 – 9. Inc around (30)
R10.*dec, 3sc* (24)
R11.*dec, 2sc* (18)
R12.*dec, sc* (12)
Fasten off and weave in ends. Stuff.

EARS

R1. MR 3 (3)
R2. inc around (6)
R3. *inc, 2sc* (8)
R4. *inc, 3sc* (10)
R5. sc around (10)
R6.*inc, 4sc* (12)
R7. *inc, 5sc* (14)
Fasten off leaving long tail to sew on head.
Place ears and sew them on place.
With pink yarn, embroider the ears and nose.
With black yarn, embroider the eyes using the French knot stitch.

BODY

R1 . MR 6 (6)
R2. Inc around (12)
R3-9. sc around (12)
Fasten off leaving long tail to sew on head. Stuff.

FRONT LEGS

R1. Ch 6 using the FSC technique
R2. Slst in previous stitch
R3 – 4 . Chain one with FSC technique, slst in previous stitch.
R5. Slst back to starting point.
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing on body.

BACK LEGS

R1. Ch 5 using the FSC technique
R2. Slst in previous stitch
R3 – 4. Chain one with FSC technique, slst in previous stitch.
R5. Slst back to starting point.
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing on body.

TAIL

R1. Ch 12 using the FSC technique, ch1 and turn
R2. Sc 12 around wire, ch 1 and turn.
R3. Fold wire, slst 12 around wire.
Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.
Fold tail sides and whip stitch all along.
Sew tail on body.

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