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Star Wars Pillow

By: Timea Ocsai
Star Wars Pillow
Star Wars Pillow

If you love nerdy home decor, then this knit pillow will be right up your alley. This Star Wars Pillow uses a geeky theme to make this knit pillow pattern extra fun. This is a free knitting pattern you'll love adding to your knit home decor collection.

From the Blogger: "I knitted this pillow for my son who likes Star Wars. Well, I like this movie too. I like knitting pictures/intarsia in my projects. It is very exciting. I took me about two days to knit the pillow. While knitting this pillow, I was watching Star Wars movies and animation series. My son was happy to get the pillow. He uses it on his bed or in his armchair. I stuffed the pillow with minced sponges. I also tried the pillow. It is really comfortable."


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • circular needle
  • 4 balls of chunky yarn (50gr/each) - black
  • 1 ball of chunky yarn (50gr) - grey
  • yarn needle (for finishing)
  • stuffing (minced sponge, or your choice of stuffing)


  1. Front of the Pillow
    Cast on 53 stitches 
    Row 1: Purl
    Row 2: Knit 
    Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you have 14 rows.
    Row 15: Purl 7 stitches, then start making the intarsia/picture 
    Row 16: Knit and continue knitting the picture. 
    Repeat until you have  65 rows.
    Row 66: Bind off in knit. 

  2. Back of the Pillow
    Cast on 53 stitches.
    Repeat front pattern (without the image) for 65 rows.
    Row 66: Bind off in knit.

  3. Finishing
    Sew the two sides together on the wrong sides, leaving a hole.
    Turn the piece right side out, stuff it, and sew the hole closed.

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Seems a big piece of the pattern is missing. the pattern states to start the intarsia portion to create the picture, but there is no intarsia graph included. My grandson is a big star wars fan also, he would love this, I'm sure.

is the link for the pattern intarsia missing


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