Extreme Pouf by Tjockt

Get in with the extreme knitting crowd and create the ultimate lounging accessory. From your living room to office space, this fluffy pouf will be your best companion when you need some cushiony comfort.

Pattern By

2kg TJOCKT fat chance finn (100% finnsheep wool in white)

Tools & Materials
25mm[size 50] needles


3sts = 10cm[4”]

Stitches used
Knit stitch
Purl stitch

Approximately 50cm[20”] x 80cm[32”]

This pattern creates a tetra shaped pouf, meaning the seams are not parallel. Feel free to weave the sides so that it will create a “regular” rectangle shape.

Cast on 24 stitches.

1st row: Knit 1, purl 1, continue to end of row.
2nd row: Purl all.
3rd row: Purl 1, knit 1, continue to end of row.
4th row: Purl all.

Repeat rows 1-4 until you have about 10m[32’] of yarn left or your work is about 90-100cm[295-325’] long. 

Cast off. Finish the work and weave the first and last row of the knit together.

Put the knit on the floor and place the seam in the middle so that it faces down on the floor. Weave these sides together, leaving 20cm[8”] open to fill the pouf, which you can do now. Now you should have a rectangular shaped pouf which is about 50x80cm[20×32”]. Flip it over, and finish by weaving the sides together so that the lowest point is the seam on the bottom. By weaving the sides like this you get a cool tetra shaped pouf!

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