Small Scented Cushions

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Small Scented Cushions Pattern


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Knitting: Small Scented Cushions
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on, Knit, Purl, Cable, Yarn over, Cast off

Pattern Description:

Small scented cushions. Lavender, Rose and Pine.
Three patterns in one, a choice of cable, jumbo twisted rib and embossed leaves.
Each cushion takes just 25 grams of D.K. yarn. Very easy to knit and a perfect pattern for the beginner with a knowledge of how to cast on, rib, knit and purl, simple cable and yarn over needle techniques.
The instructions for making the cushion pad are included in the instructions.
These fabulous little cushions make a great alternative to household air fresheners, scattered, placed in wicker baskets, drawers and wardrobes. A perfect gift.
Mine are arranged on the coffee table in my studio and smell divine:)


22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches. 10cm square in stocking stitch on 4mm (UK8-US6) Knitting Needles.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One Size.


  • 25 Grams DK Yarn. Each Cushion

Suggested yarn:

75 yards of DK weight

About Designer

About Designer

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Knitwear Designer, Wife and Mother.

Lectured in Fashion and Knitwear and worked internationally as a designer since 1970.
Designs include collections published for Stylecraft and the UK Handknitting Association.
Currently organising and running How to knit workshops in Leeds, West Yorkshire. UK
Married to the fabulous Grump for 29 years. 2 fabulous adult children. 1 stunningly beautiful ...

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