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Hand lettering on felt: DIY Reversible pillow

Social Sharing ButtonsHello friends! Today I have a video tutorial to share with you showing hand lettering on felt I created a fun holiday pillow that is reversible, it says JOY on one side and THANKFUL on the other side. Hand lettering on felt is a little different than lettering on paper, but the results are that much more amazing!! Watch …

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How to make a quick chunky knit pillow

Social Sharing ButtonsHow to make a quick chunky knit pillow using yarn from your stash – Get the chunky look by knitting with a big needle and multiple strands of yarn from your stash! You gotta love a stash buster pattern and this chunky knit pillow fits the bill. As much as we knitters love knitting, we also love collecting, hoarding, buying …

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T-shirt Knit Cushion

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Reuse something old to make this T-shirt Knit Cushion.knit_jersey

October brings its cool weather and I always feel the urge to knit something. To sit by the fire with my loved ones around me, a blanket on my lap and a good TV show on. This one is the perfect craft for the new #TGIT tv nights.


From my teenager years I have hoarded yarn. I love collecting pretty textured yarns. But for this project, instead of pulling out new skeins of yarn, I got creative and made my own “yarn” this time. A nice bulky, textured yarn made from old ripped T- shirts. There is a great kind of satisfaction I got from cutting up a bunch of old T shirts for this projects. I am telling you, you need to pull out those shears and try it yourself!


Once I had prepared my yarn, making this pillow was sweet- because I used a huge, giganormous size 19 knitting needles. These needles make sure that the project gets done within an hour.


Okay, so now I know you are curious how to make this yourself. Click/Tap here, to  go to the Fiskars website where I have instructions and details on how you can replicate this one for yourself.

I am totally loving the bold black and white.

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