Pillows


Palm-tastic Pillow

You can almost feel the heat of an island sun as soon as this pillow is placed in the room! Featuring a giant palm motif, this charming island pillow is knitted in a single strip, starting with a ribbed section and then stocking stitch. The front is knitted in stocking stitch with the palm frond motif incorporated using the intarsia technique. The result? A perfectly palm-tastic design!

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Saguaro Pillow

Featuring a single Saguaro cactus, the negative space around it echos the sparse vastness of the desert. The simple, clean construction of one large piece tapers to a point with a button hole. Since there is only one piece of colorwork in the pattern and only two colors, this is a fantastic project for beginners.

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Apiculture Pillow

This pillow is as comfy and cozy as a dollop of honey in hot tea. Celebrate our pollinator friends with some honeycomb texture as well as some cute colorwork bees. The body of the pillow cover is in worsted weight stockinette for easy quick mindless knitting. The detail strips provide a little colorwork and texture fun knit separately from the body of the cover.

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Sophisticated Cables Pillow: Caspian Cables Version

Up your cable game by knitting this version of the Sophisticated Cables Throw. This version has five cables instead of the original three. Add a bit of sophistication to your living space with this easy cabled pillow. This design features a classic cabled center panel along with a little twist in texture. Finished with an I-cord edging in a darker blue, this pillow is perfect for styling any room.

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Cordelia Cables Pillow

This pillow is inspired as a more intricate honeycomb stitch, with cables flowing in and out locking together to form beautiful spheres. Knit in two pieces and seamed together, each piece is surrounded by a single edge stitch on each side for simple seaming.

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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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Paris Amour Pillow

This pillow design is easily customizable due to a simple four-row repeat that can be used to create two different pillow sizes (16”x 12” or 16”x16”). Complete with little heart buttons, this pretty design is feeling the love.

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Harmony Pillow

When many elements that both contrast and complement each other come together, they work together to create a harmonious whole. With simple, easy-to-knit construction, the colorwork motifs take the spotlight and create perfect harmony in this chic pillow.

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