Paintbrush Pillow & Afghan by Susan Carlson
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Paintbrush Pillow & Afghan

Crochet
March 2013
Your choice! I used small amounts of 6 colors.
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
Finished dimensions - 12 inch (30.5cm) square
5.0 mm (H)
12 inch (30.5cm) square pillow or your choice of afghan size
US
This pattern is available for $5.50 USD
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Like little colorful strokes of a fan-shaped paintbrush, this pillow and afghan pattern works up into a beautiful work of art! Pick your colors to fit your decor in a nursery, kid’s room or anywhere in your home.

This clear 14 page pattern includes:
--materials list and instructions on how to felt an old wool sweater for the pillow back
--special notes section
--stitch abbreviations chart
--instructions for making a pillow cover front
--instructions for putting it all together into a removable pillow cover
--simple instructions for making an afghan sized to fit your needs
--photo-tutorial with over 35 pictures and detailed descriptions to help you

Skill level:
Appropriate for an intermediate crocheter who has experience reading a pattern in standard American terms and is familiar with front and back post stitches.

Suggested materials:
--H (5.0mm) hook
--worsted weight yarn of your choice and in your color scheme (I used small amounts of five different colors and one skein of the main color for the pictured pillow.)
--an old felted sweater--preferably cardigan-style with buttons already in place
--tapestry needle
--12 inch (30.5cm) square pillow form

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Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at FeltedButton.com.

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