Easy Knit Cushion


Introducing our timeless evergreen cushion design as featured in KOEL Magazine Issue 1. It’s time to master the stockinette stitch to create this understated yet sophisticated piece that will blend perfectly in any home decor. So arm yourself with two needles and get started!

Pattern By
Irene Hoofs of Studio Bloesem

2 balls 50g Katia Ingenua (78% mohair, 13% molyamide, 9% merino in blue grey no.52)
1 ball 50g Katia Iris (52% linen, 43% polyester, 5% nylon in silver no.56)

Tools & Materials
12mm[size 17] needles

Pillow form 50x50cm[20×20″]
Yarn needle

8sts x 10rows = 10x10cm
[4×4″] in stockinette stitch

This cushion is made combining 3 threads together as 1 single thread (2 balls Ingenua + 1 ball Iris).

Cast on 40 stitches.

1st row 
(right side) Knit to end.
2nd row (wrong side) Purl to end.
Repeat these two rows until piece measures approximately 50cm[20″].

Cast off 40 stitches knitwise.

Continue for second part
Repeat from begin to end for backside of your cushion.

Sew 2 pieces together with the same Katia Ingenua yarn using a basic back hand sewing stitch.
Leave 15cm[6″] open to insert pillow form and sew last part together.


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