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Hold on to your unmentionables, Zelda fans.. You're jaw is about to drop. :D
I made up this pattern when I saw a crochet version. You can use anything to fill this pillow, I used scrap yarn. This pattern is also a great stash buster! I made my version using stockinette stitch and simple increases.

I can't wait to see your versions!

Posted by Scarlet-Begonias from Everett, Washington, United States • Published See Scarlet-Begonias's 15 projects »
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  • How to make a shaped cushion. Knit Tri Force Pillow - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather your ingredients

  • Step 2

    Cast on 3 stitches, follow this pattern-

    Even row: Kfb, K to last stitch, Kfb
    Odd Row: Knit row

    Knit until your triangle is the desired size. Make 8 triangles, 6 yellow, 2 green (or other color)

  • Step 3

    Sew each side's triangles together, then sew each side together until there is enough room to fill the pillow.

  • Step 4

    Fill the pillow with fiberfill or scrap fabric or scrap yarn like I did, and sew up the gap. :D

    For more info, see the ravelry page here:
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/triforce-pillow

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Anna
Anna · 1 project
OMG! That is amazing! I'm such a legend of zelda nerd. I even have a triforce tattoo!
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Bekka M.
Bekka M. · St Paul, Minnesota, US · 1 project
Oh, this is fantastic. I am so excited to make this! My boyfriend will flip--he's a huge Zelda freak. Happy
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