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Chudley Cannons Pillow

© Amber Lowery

Supplies

1 skein of Red Heart Super Saver, Carrot (MC)
1 skein of Red Heart Super Saver, Black (CC)
H/8 (5.0mm) hook, although an I/9 (5.5 mm) or a J/10 (6.0 mm) would work too
Fiberfil

Chart

Chudley Cannons Chart

Add additional 5 stitches to either side of pattern, and 5 rows up and down for border. The final product will be 70 stitches by 55 rows.

Instructions

Front

Chain 71 in MC

Row 1: Starting in second loop from chain, exSC in next 70 stitches. Remember that counting is VERY important. At the end of the row, chain 1 and turn

Rows 2-5: 70 exSC in MC

Row 6: exSC in first 5 stitches, then follow diagram, exSC in last 5 stitches

Rows 7-50: Continue to follow pattern, making certain to account for additional 5 stitches to either side for border.

Rows 51-55: exSC in 70 stitches in MC to finish upper border. Finish off.

Back

Repeat above instructions for backside. For additional contrast switch MC and CC.

Finishing

When finished with both sides, place 2 pieces right sides together and match up stitches. Using your crochet hook, slip stitch between the stitches, anchoring the pieces together. Follow around 3 sides.

Finish off, weaving in ends.

Turn right sides out and stuff with cushion or fiberfil.

Slipstitch or whipstitch last side closed.

Final Product

Chudley Cannons Pillow - Front Chudley Cannons Pillow - Back

Credit

Amber Lowery's pattern and instructions was taken with permission from http://hp5freak.livejournal.com/145691.html.

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