Chevron Study Pillow Collection #1
Skill level: Adventurous Beginner
Chevron Study takes the knitter on a journey of beautiful chevron designs with varied techniques in a pillow collection to compliment any home decor. Make 1 or make them all.
The Pillow #1 is a broken 2 x 2 ribbing to form an elongated chevron giving the effect of a mock cable design. The sample pillow was knit with the pattern on both sides, instructions are included for knitting a plain back if desired. Blocking and assembly instructions are included.
Finished sizes: 16” x 16”
Yarn: Worsted weight: 400 yards
Featured Sample: Berroco, Elements, 51% Wool, 49% Nylon, 153 yards (141 m), 50 grams,
used 3 balls for pillow. Color: Sulfur Yellow #4971
Needle size: US#7
Row counter and Stitch Markers (helpful)
16” x 16” Pillow Form
Blocking Board and T-pins
Gauge= 17 stitches over 4” in pattern or 4.25 sts per inch in stockinette, unblocked.
Yarn substitutes: Any worsted weight yarn can be used, adjust needle size accordingly to get gauge.
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