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Cool Idea: Knit Your Own Pouf

I am in absolute love with this project, from Heidi and Anna at Pickles, over in Norway.
These lovely ladies offer free patterns for knitting, crocheting, and sewing, as well as a bunch of other craft projects on their site, with Norwegian (as well as English) directions.

This latest project brings the Flocks Pouf ($800) into the price range (and onto the living room floors) of all patient knitters. Pickles notes, "I found an amazing stool a while back, but it was super expensive and I wanted to see if I could make one myself. Loads of yarn, stuffing and needles later I completed Puff Daddy (Puff means stool in Norwegian) and Puff Daddy´s Baby."

Want to see more pictures of the Puff Daddy, and its smaller pouf relative, Puff Daddy's Baby? Check them out when you

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If you want to get the pattern for either of these stools, check on Pickles here and here to learn how.


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sarknyc sarknyc 5 years
What size comforter did you use to stuff the Puff Daddy? How many did it take (the pickles site says 2, but I don't know what size they used) . . .
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 6 years
I started knitting not too long ago, but I only use straight needles, not circular ones and the patterns over at Pickles are with circular needles. Too bad.
SeaAre86 SeaAre86 6 years
I love this! It's so wonderful!! I am so glad that crochet/knit things are being more appreciated these days!
ella1978 ella1978 6 years
I might have to make this my winter project. I'd love to just throw a bean bag on the floor and sit in it, I love sitting on the floor, however - all traditional ones look like they belong in a dorm room with their vinyl covers.. this is great, thanks!
delia delia 6 years
Oh my god. I am SO doing this project. I love those poufs but don't love the price, AND I have an old duvet looking for a new life! Perfect.
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