Merry & Cheers Christmas Pillows by Fifty Four Ten Studio
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Merry & Cheers Christmas Pillows

Knitting
November 2014
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 13 - 9.0 mm
175 - 180 yards (160 - 165 m)
one size
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The “Merry & Cheers Christmas Pillows” are knit with super bulky weight yarn and big needles. This is a quick project with inexpensive supplies. Makes a nice gift!

Pattern includes easy to print and cut patterns for both the “merry” and “cheers” felt applique letter designs. (No resizing of patterns necessary!)

For Christmas decorating and gift giving, chose a red and white color combination for a classic holiday look .

SKILL LEVEL: Easy

The pillows are knit flat and seamed on the sides. Felt applique letters are added after knitting.

This really is a very easy pattern. As with any knitting project, careful finishing makes all the difference in the outcome of the finished project. I put a lot of effort into breaking down all the steps for finishing. The pattern includes detailed written instructions and lots of photos to walk you through every step of finishing.

If you do not have a lot of experience with sewing up knitting seams, there are detailed photo illustrated instructions in the pattern.

Basic sewing skills helpful for stitching the felt letters to the knitting.

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR ONE PILLOW:

US Size 13 needles (or size to obtain gauge)
180 yards of Super Bulky weight yarn
12” x 16” pillow form
felt in desired color
DMC embroidery floss (1/2 skein per pillow)

You will also need basic sewing and crafting supplies such as embroidery needle and good quality scissors for cutting out felt letters.

I used Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in the color ‘Claret’.

If you have any questions while using the pattern, I am happy to help. I want you to be successful! My contact info is in the pattern.

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