Nap Monster Pillow Pack by Heidi Yates
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Nap Monster Pillow Pack

Crochet
July 2018
both are used in this pattern
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
600 - 800 yards (549 - 732 m)
US
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DESCRIPTION: Instructions included for making a large pillow from super bulky weight yarn and a smaller one from worsted weight yarn. These have pockets to hold a cell phone, book, jammies, tablet (larger pillow only) and can be worn as a backpack.
“Arms” can be made shorter if just a handle is desired.

Materials & Details
Yarn: Bernat Maker Outdoor Yarn. 200 yards of each of the following colors: Deep Sea Teal, Oranges, Navy Ink, Beach Red, Fresh Citrus Stripe
Note: the white for the eyes and teeth is from the fresh citrus stripe yarn.
Crochet Hooks: J
Miscellaneous Supplies: Yarn needle, Sewing needle, black thread, 2 small black buttons, stuffing
Gauge: Not important for this project
Finished Measurements: 18.75” long x 14” wide
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Thanks to JoAnne of GrammyJo Lids and Shaunna Hallon for sharing their samples.
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