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Knit a jar of olives. My sweetheart isn’t the cupid and roses type. This wee olive-of-love suits him fine. Maybe an olive will charm your beloved too!

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  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 1
    Step 1

    <b>Olive:</b>
    Cast on 6 stitches.

    <b>Rdn 1 Slide</b> sts to other end of needle and knit into the first st cast on,
    as for an I cord, k to end

    Separate stitches onto 3 needles (2sts on each.)

    Cast on 6 stitches.

    <b>Rnd 2</b> *k1, increase 1,k1; rep from * (9 sts)
    <b>Rnd 3</b> knit
    <b>Rnd 4</b> *k 1,inc 1, k2; rep from * (12 sts)

  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 2
    Step 2

    Weave in beginning tail now, while you can, leave any extra yarn inside as extra stuffing.

    <b>Rnd 5</b>-7 k
    <b>Rnd 8</b> k1, k2tog, k1 (9 sts)
    <b>Rnd 9</b> BO
    Weave in loose end.

  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 3
    Step 3

    <b>Make Pimento:</b>

    <b>Cast on</b> 4 sts, knit in stockinette st (k RS, p WS) for 2 inches (5cm), BO.
    <b>Fold in</b> 2 with right side out, wind loose ends around bottom to secure.

  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 4
    Step 4

    <b>Stuff olive</b> with pimento, using a needle to push it in.

  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 5
    Step 5

    <b>Lightly felt</b> the olive in your hands using a drop of detergent and warm water. Rub your hands like you’re making meatballs or falafel. Rinse with warm water while still rolling olive. Pinch and poke into desired olivey shape.

  • How to make an olive plushie. Knitted Olive - Step 6
    Step 6

    Beware though seemingly tedious to make at first, they become addictive, just like real olives!

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Meats
Meats · Kalamazoo, MI, Michigan

Ahaha that is an awesome idea!

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Gone Neko
Gone Neko · Milan, Lombardia, Italy · 29 projects

my man hates olives T___T but I love them so I think I'll make one jar for me! =)

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Thaela
Thaela · Boulder, CO, United States

Too sweet!

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Haluk
Haluk · 1 project

I'm gonna make giant ones!!

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Terri A.
Terri A. · Southern Illinois, IL, US · 1 project

OMG how clever!!!

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Amy J.
Amy J. · Emeryville, CA, CA, US · 1 project

thanks for this- I made one for each year and then one more- Sweetie loves 'em!!

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Bri B.
Bri B. · Sonoma County, CA, CA, US · 1 project

This is really fun! I absolutely love visual puns and always pop an olive in my husband's mouth, saying "Olive you!". I'll have to try these out. Thanks for putting them up!

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aya R.
aya R. · Brooklyn, NY, NY, US · 17 projects

so cool! I wish I could knit!

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cinderelly
cinderelly · seattle area, WA, · 4 projects

sooo cute! we are totally addicted to green olives here, and my knitting skills are still limited, so maybe this is a small enough project to practice with?!

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Andrea C.
Andrea C. · ,

here's the pic.....

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