Moss Cushion



Knitting is a relaxing and restful thing to do on a winters evening in front of the fire – and with a pattern as easy as this you can probably watch a good film as well….





Knitted Moss Cushion

Very easy if you’ve managed a few rows of knit and few rows of purl before. Moss stitch is simply alternate stitches and then reversed. The knitted front is handstitched to  a frayed woollen  backing  –  to make on the kitchen table over a couple of evenings.


The pdf includes: how to make this cushion plus  guidelines for any other size.


Fabrics: any thick yarn for the front – and needle sizes 5mm – 10mm ( UK 6-000 and US 8 – 15 ) ; the size of the cover isn’t crucial and the pattern is easily adjusted to any needle, wool and hand. For the back we used wool which we frayed out to fit the front cover.


Level:  confident beginner plus




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