Added Dec 13, 2012
In the course of time, collect wool remnants that are somehow not for scarf, gloves, hat or other clothing accessories trifles good. Most are 100-150 g and they are just too minimal for a harmonious set. So the remains are waiting for their day.
Now I have it unceremoniously turned into woolly cushion covers. There are still plenty of leftovers, but the winter has really only just begun. Collected residues are as plentiful as what could be more natural than to combine it all.
The stitches are in the range of structural patterns. I used checkerboard patterns of different variation and Aranmuster what I like always very good. It is not difficult nachzustricken. Hole pattern seemed so far unsuitable in the thick wool. This then should be the cover of the cushion inside color matched. For a pillow with the dimensions 40×40 cm 300 g wool are needed I have knitted with needles 7th
The wool disappear slowly and christmas gifts are secured.
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