Rolling Cables Pillow

from Meg Roke Knits

Rolling Cables Pillow Pattern


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Knitting: Rolling Cables Pillow
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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • cable
  • yarn over

Pattern Description:

The Rolling Cables Pillow is knit in one flat piece and features stockinette and double rib stitches on one side and an offset cable pattern on the other. Three large buttons keep the pillow cover closed. This pattern uses less than 3 skeins of Thick & Quick yarn and covers an 18 in x 18 in pillow insert.

Although you could use virtually any super bulky weight yarn to make the pillow, I recommend Lion Brand's Thick & Quick yarn because it can take a beating and is machine washable.


8 stitches = 4 inches on US size 13 needles in stockinette stitch pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Before seaming piece together = 18" x 38"
  • After seaming = 18" x18"


  • 3 skeins of Lion Brand Thick and Quick yarn (82% acrylic, 10% wool, 8% rayon) [106yards/ 97 meters, 6 oz/ 170 g per skein], in the Fisherman color-way # 099
  • OR approximately 230 yards of super bulky weight yarn
  • US 13 (9 mm) circular needles, 24" long (or size required to obtain gauge)

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry needle
  • 3 buttons (1.5-2in)
  • Scissors
  • One 18" x 18" pillow insert

Suggested yarn:

230 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lion Brand Thick and Quick yarn (82% acrylic, 10% wool, 8% rayon) 106yards/ 97 meters, 6 oz/ 170 g per skein



About Designer

About Designer

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After working seven years as a special education teacher, I put teaching aside to stay home with my two young children. Over the last two years I have branched into designing knitwear, and am published in both print and online publications. I love spending my days with my husband and kids. In my very rare spare time, I try to squeeze in any quantity of knitting. I also enjoy gardening, ...

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