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SPAM Musubi Pillow Crochet Pattern - Stuffed Crochet Food Toy - Whimsical Home Decor - Hawaiian Kawaii Amigurumi

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My local 100-year-old family shop of Hawaiian wonders specializes in spicy bacon SPAM musubi: a warm, steaming pile of sticky white rice surrounding sauteed SPAM and bacon umami bombs and spicy aioli all bundled up in briny nori seaweed to handily pop in your mouth. Swoon! What a delicious inspiration for a new crochet pattern: the SPAM Musubi Pillow.

This easy project is intended for maximum fun. I designed it as four separate pieces so you and your kids can always play with your food. It looks great with affordable acrylic like Caron One Pound Yarn: if you get it on sale, you can make one on about $10 worth of yarn. A quick, two-evening project, the yarn is held double to work up super fast. Beginners will be glad it uses basic stitches and simple construction techniques.

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Skill level: EASY

Required Skills
ch - chain
hdc - half double crochet
dec - hdc two sts together
inc - two hdc in next stitch
sk - skip a stitch

Size
12 x 8 x 11 inches

Yarn
Worsted held double like Caron One Pound in:
Persimmon, 200 yards
Bright White, 600 yards
Black, 330 yards

Materials
8mm/L crochet hook
yarn needle
stuffing

Gauge
9 hdc x 4 r = 5 x 3 in

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My local 100-year-old family shop of Hawaiian wonders specializes in spicy bacon SPAM musubi: a warm, steaming pile of sticky white rice surrounding sauteed SPAM and bacon umami bombs and spicy aioli all bundled up in briny nori seaweed to handily pop in your mouth. Swoon! What a delicious inspiration for a new crochet pattern: the SPAM Musubi Pillow.

This easy project is intended for maximum fun. I designed it as four separate pieces so you and your kids can always play with your food. It looks great with affordable acrylic like Caron One Pound Yarn: if you get it on sale, you can make one on about $10 worth of yarn. A quick, two-evening project, the yarn is held double to work up super fast. Beginners will be glad it uses basic stitches and simple construction techniques.

Join my entourage here (http://knitsforlife.com) to get in on deals on all my new patterns.

Skill level: EASY

Required Skills
ch - chain
hdc - half double crochet
dec - hdc two sts together
inc - two hdc in next stitch
sk - skip a stitch

Size
12 x 8 x 11 inches

Yarn
Worsted held double like Caron One Pound in:
Persimmon, 200 yards
Bright White, 600 yards
Black, 330 yards

Materials
8mm/L crochet hook
yarn needle
stuffing

Gauge
9 hdc x 4 r = 5 x 3 in

Share
I love pictures!
facebook.com/knitsforlife
Twitter/Instagram @knitsforlife

Save
Join my entourage at knitsforlife.com for exclusive discounts on all new patterns.

No returns on patterns.
No resale rights.
©2013 Knits for Life

Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
(433)
Reviewed by Gina B
3 out of 5 stars
Oct 22, 2017
The instructions were difficult to follow. However, once I figured out the pattern, I was able to work it in a way that made more sense to me, and the end product was beautiful!
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Reviewed by Debby Elmer
5 out of 5 stars
May 22, 2018
I love how easy the pattern is only took about 2 hours to make a pair of slippers.
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