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⭐  Doily Designs Cranberry Pineapple  Crochet Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern One of a kind tree skirt is an eye catching take on the classic vintage pineapple design, with an antique, old fashion charm, in a new chunky  modern,  Bohemian  style. To have a tree skirt made especially for you, please visit Doily Designs on  Etsy  or  Amazon .   If you  crochet  and would like to create this tree skirt in your own fashion, please visit one of the following;  Etsy ,  Ravelry ,  Lovecrafts , and  Amazon .  Here you will find Doily Designs, Cranberry Pineapple Christmas Tree Skirt  Pattern  in  original 43 inch ,  large 60 inch , or  two pattern bundle . 43 in tree skirt fits 5 ft - 8 ft trees. New Large Cranberry Pineapple Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern Large 60 in skirt fits 7.5 ft to 9 ft trees. Tree skirts have a slit down the back with drawstring center and tie closures. If you would like to share a tree skirt that you made, we would love to see! Please share on  Ravelry , Etsy, Facebook or

Yarn Stuffing

Stuffing with Yarn

Yarn Stuffing

Recently while watching Sweet Potato 3, Christine's Bunny and Chick CAL video on FB, and aside from that it is an adorable crochet amigurumi Bunny CAL, I loved the innovative use of grocery bags for stuffing! And while, I am not sure if it is her idea, it is a great idea!


Back in 2019, I started using yarn scraps, and wondering what others might be using for stuffing other than, of course, fiber fill or other polyester stuffings.  With all of those annoying and wasteful scraps cut after weaving ends, it seemed such a waste to throw them all away. Turns out I would collect enough to stuff a small pillow in a very short amount of time. Especially if working with a lot of different colors on one project. So I began to use it as stuffing. 

While it doesn't work well with loosely stitched items, it is perfect for amigurumi items, like this heart.
It was great to see Christine using the grocery bags as stuffing! Very inspiring that others too, are using things that are better for the environment.


I would love to hear what you are using, if different from bought fillers!

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