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Fuzzy Heart Pillows


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What a great ?Valentines? day gift, or for anyone you love! Teens love these in their bedroom. Make some for your sofa too. We used Lion Brand Fun Fur yarns, with 2 strands held together through out pattern. Knitting needles US # 9. Finished pillow size is about 12? by 12?, but that can depend on how ?plumply? you stuff the pillow. You will need pillow or toy stuffing for pillow. This knits up quite quickly! GAUGE 19 sts = 5 inches (approximately) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Fun Fur COLORWAY Your Choice

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  • Fur Yarn, 3 - 50 gram balls of color of your choice (Please see note below) 1 Pair US Size 9 needles (metric size 51/2) Pillow or toy acrylic stuffing Yarn sewing needle

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