Home Décor

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


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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Mod Maze Pillow

These green rounds capture the essence of a summer stroll through a freshly manicured lawn. Worked flat from the center out, this throw pillow is a great way to learn construction techniques to help you level up your knitting skills.

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Scarlet Jumbo Cabled Pillow

This pillow is a simple knit and a great introduction to cabling. Featuring two large cables set across a background of reverse stockinette stitch, you’ll find this pattern easy to memorize and a delight to make. This combination of simplicity and trendiness makes this a fantastic addition to any knitter’s gift-giving repertoire.

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Midnight Lights

There’s something magical about the flickering of a candle in the dark evening hours. Capture this magic with these knit lantern holders that are somewhere between boho and chic. You can make a set in the weekend and they make a fantastic and unique hostess or birthday gift. Each lantern is made with an 8 oz. mason jar, yarn and an battery-powered tealight candle.

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Wee-B-Little Pumpkins

New knitters can create their own mini collection of Wee-B-Little pumpkins in traditional orange or a rainbow of heirloom colors. Knit a rectangle and seam it together to form a tiny pumpkin. Accent it with a twig for a bit of natural whimsy to decorate your home.

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