I drew my little patterns and cut them out on scrap paper, then pinned them to the felt, and cut out two kitten bodies, two kitty bodies, and one pocket piece for each Kanga Kitty.
Next, I embroider the pocket onto the front of the kitty body, just free embroidering with cute loops and swirls and French knots in at least two different colors of DMC floss. You want a light, solid color for the kitty body so that your pretty embroidery will show. Then I embroider on the face, and do a loopy flower on each foot. The back side is embroidered with a little tail and some free embroidery. I blanket stitch around with wrong sides facing, and for some kitties I add a ribbon loop to the top of the head, then finish blanket stitching, leaving an opening to stuff before finishing all the way around.
Eat, Write, Dream, Stitch a cute kitty.