Tuesday, December 10, 2013


We inherited many beautiful and special crochet patterns from Grandma Cat. When Baby Cat saw this one, she just couldn't resist the adorbs and knew she had to make one for her wedding cake! 

Recognize these two cuties?
It looks like someone turned Baby Cat and Fiancé Cat into crochet dolls again!
Baby Cat crocheted the whole thing using Aunt Lydia's crochet thread, then blocked each piece and used a fabric stiffener to make them hold their shape. Baby and Fiancé Cat's wedding colors are represented in the royal blue satin ribbon and delicate silver beads, as well as the tiny bouquet. Momma Cat and Baby Cat combed the entire floral department at the JoAnn's Superstore in search of miniature blue and white flowers, only to find this perfect ready-made bouquet in the scrapbooking section!

This is the original picture from the book, Baby Cat altered it just a bit to fit her and Fiancé Cat's wedding style

Mini Fiancé Cat has curly blond doll hair. Baby Cat tried brown curly doll hair on her own miniature but it proved too poofy and unruly when she tried to style it (just like Baby Cat's Hair can sometimes be in real life!) so yarn hair seemed like a better option. Mini Baby Cat's hairstyle is very similar to the one she plans to have at the wedding

The whole thing is 6'' in diameter and 7'' tall and cuter than stuffing!

-Baby Cat


  1. The cake topper is beautiful! I'm sure it will become a family heirloom.

  2. how cute!

    right now i'm making baby cat's santa jack skellington doll. thanks for a great pattern!=)

    1. Thanks! I'm glad you like the pattern, I would love to see a picture of your Jack Skellington doll when you finish him! :)

      -Baby Cat

  3. Baby Cat.

    Your wedding cake topped is so much cuter than the one in the pattern. I love how you did the bride and groom's hair. It turned out so nicely.

    - Momma Cat