Viney Cables Knit Pillow


Viney Cables Knit Pillow


Viney Cables Knit Pillow
Viney Cables Knit Pillow

This Viney Cables Knit Pillow is a lovely and demure way to add a touch of knitted elegance to your home decor. Whether you have country chic home decor or a clean and modern style in your home, this knit cushion cover will fit right in. The cable knitting pattern on this knitted cushion cover is delicate and simple, giving this knit pillow pattern a soft, nature-inspired feel. You can make this knitted cushion cover with fabric backing to accent your home decor, or knit a matching back for this free knitting pattern to make an all-knit pillow you'll adore.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is really charming. I like how simple it is and that the color really stands out, with such minimal design.

This is a very pretty pillow. I also like the other pillows shown on the blog along with this pillow in the picture of them on the sofa. I really like the total look of all of them together. I love the shade of the cornflower blue yarn. I remember this shade being a Crayola color from the big box of crayons when I was little. Dont know if they still make that shade.

This is a very pretty pillow. However, I'm not sure it should be marked "easy" because it requires you to do cable stitches and twist stitches. I like the designer's idea of using a coordinating fabric for the back of the pillow, but she says if you don't like that you can just knit a plain back instead.

This is such a stylish and fashionable cushion pattern. I struggle with anything more complex than knit and purl, but I think I could give this a go. I love Alysanne's idea to make these with matching rugs. Also it's very sensible to do the pattern as one piece and avoid an extra seam.

I have been all into making matching pillows for the afghans that I make and this is an exceptional one. We have all these children in our family graduation from High School or College and this represents their continuing quest of the future. I would probably do this one all in one piece (front and back) with only three seams to sew.


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