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Yarn Stash DIY Pillow
Yarn Stash DIY Pillow
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Do you have a ton of yarn scraps that continue to pile up in your knitting stash, and you don’t know what to do? This Yarn Stash DIY Pillow is the perfect project for you to take on! This easy knitting pattern uses multiple strands of yarn at once to eat away at your yarn scraps while also making an adorable throw pillow. This scrap buster uses a simple stockinette stitch, so it flows off your needles fast. This pillow is a great solution to your overflowing knitting basket.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

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I really love the idea of cleaning out the yarn stash by making a pillow. It'd have a little bit of so many projects in it, and be an eclectic mix of the things you love. Very cool.

This is a great way to use up those scrap pieces of yarn. I love pillows and have them all over my couch and bed. It is easy pattern and you can size it according to an old pillow you have or just fill it with fiberfill. Thank you.

I have a pillow that needs a cover. I have lots of yarn odds and ends. So this pattern is just what I needed for both things! I like how the designer kept one color constant (white) along with the changing second color. It adds to the finished look of the pillow. Pinned this one to make!

This is such a great pattern! I have so many yarn scraps filling up bags that I try to ignore, but I'm pulling them out this weekend to start this adorable pillow pattern! So cute!


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