From ancient times, mid-winter has been celebrated by decorating our homes with greenery. The deep green of the pine boughs brings in a sense of long life and well-being from the world outside. Amidst the snow and the cold the green branches promise the return of Spring and warmer times ahead. Now, we just need to add extra touches to bring that revitalising theme into the whole room.
The Verwood Cushions are worked in a beautiful deep green bulky yarn which knits up quickly. They feature a cabled design which sits neatly embedded into deep textural ribs.
The pattern includes two different sizes to suit smaller or larger chairs and sofas. Make lots so everyone has their own to hug!
Please see below for more details about this pattern.
Sizes: Small (Large)
To fit: 40 (45) cm/16 (18) ins square cushion insert / pillow form.
Valley Yarns Northampton Bulky, 100% wool,
100m/109 yds:100gm ball
Col: Pacific Teal x 4 (5) balls for each cushion
Actual Amt used / Small size: 309gm/10.9 oz, 309m/337 yds
Size 7.0mm / US #10.75 circ ndls, length 80cm/32 ins
Spare ndl of same size for 3-ndl BO
16 sts & 16 rows:4 ins/10cm using Size US #10.75 / 7.0mm ndls
in Crossed Rib patt when slightly stretched
Row counter, markers, safety pins, cable ndl
Tapestry ndl for finishing
Rustless pins for blocking
40 (45) cm / 16 (18) ins square cushion insert / pillow form
35 (40) cm / 14 (16) ins zip + sewing ndl & thread in matching col
The pattern includes stitch charts and full line-by-line instructions and is available for immediate download.
Payments can be made by credit card, debit card, or PayPal. You will then receive a confirmation of your transaction together with the download link by e-mail.
The pdf file can be printed out or viewed on a computer, tablet or mobile device. Please let me know if you have any difficulties in downloading or opening the file.
10 Dec 2015: Cushions for the deep mid-winter
12 Dec 2017: It's all about the 12's
Current Version: 10 DEC 2015
Please contact me if you have a previous version of the pattern and would like an updated copy.
© Moira Ravenscroft, 2015