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Knit a Heart Pillow with Pom Pom Yarn (Knitting Pattern)

Learn how to knit a Heart Pillow with Pom Pom Yarn in this easy to understand step-by-step for beginning knitters.

KNITTING TECHNIQUES for Pom Pom Heart Pillow

Slip Knot
Cast On Long Tail Method
Knit Front & Back (KFB)
Knit Stitch
Knit Two Together
Bind Off

Knitted heart shaped pillow in pom pom yarn in shades of purple yarn color.

MATERIALS for Pom Pom Heart Pillow

• Pomp-a-Doodle Yarn by Red Heart
• Size 13 US (9 mm) Knitting Needles
• Scissors
• Tapestry Needle



Learn How to Knit a Heart Pillow

PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS for Pom Pom Heart Pillow

HEART BODY, KNITTED FROM BOTTOM UP
• Cast On 3 Stitches
• Increase Rows: KFB, Knit remaining stitches.
Continue increase rows until piece is the width you desire.
(I personally increased to 26 stitches on my needle)
• Knit 5 Rows

FIRST HUMP
• Knit Half of the Stitches on Your Needle, then place the remaining stitches on a holder.
(I personally divided 13 & 13 Stitches onto each)
• Decrease Humps: K2tog, Knit to last 2 Sts, K2Tog.
Repeat until you have 5 Stitches on your needle.
• Bind Off

SECOND HUMP
• Place Stitches back onto your needle.
Decrease Humps: K2tog, Knit to last 2 Sts, K2Tog.
Repeat until you have 5 Stitches on your needle.
• Bind Off

MAKE TWO HEARTS
• Tack your 2 hearts along the edges with regular yarn, keeping the last bit open about 3 inches.
• Turn inside out, so yarn ends can be tucked inside your pillow.
• Stuff
• Tack remaining edge

And you are DONE!

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