Home Décor

Make a decorative rug, pillow, or other home accent with this collection of knitting patterns for home decorating.


Starling Pillow

It’s all about texture with this pillow. From smooth stockinette stitch, to purl rows, to boucle mixed with purl rows, and then boucle all by itself. Textural relief mixed with some color play, too. And just to give it that final push, add in poms and tassels. Let’s have some fun this fall!

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Sandcastle Sampler Pillow

This summer pillow is a fun sampler of various knitting techniques, including seed stitch, stockinette, reverse stockinette, garter stitch, eyelets, and twisted traveling stitches. These techniques combine to create a sandcastle motif on the front of the cushion cover and a seashell motif bordered by wavy lines of eyelets and garter stitch on the back. In addition to featuring a wide variety of textural stitches, this design is also a great opportunity to gain experience at working from charts, because the pattern is fully charted.

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Chrysanthemum Pillow 

This pillow cover is inspired by chrysanthemums, the main star in everyone’s fall gardens. The unique motif combines intarsia and the stranded colorwork technique with multiple bright colors to create stunning effect. This gorgeous pillow cover is destined to become the star of your living room.

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Vivid Chevron Pillow

Vivid Chevron Pillow

This chevron pillow is a great way to play with color. Make all of the chevron motifs the same color or change each up to make it exactly your own. This is a fairly straightforward intarsia project (there’s no shaping, so you can focus on colorwork if that’s new to you) — just make sure to keep your floats nice and loose!

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Dishes Are A Breeze Beginner Dishcloths

If you are a beginning knitter but are intimidated by the idea of trying new patterns and techniques, stop and relax, this is the perfect pattern to get you started. It’s really straight forward, doesn’t need a lot of yarn or different notions and you’ll probably finish it in less than a week. Finishing something gives such a sense of accomplishment and it’s good to have that at the start of your knitting journey.

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