Taking Shape Pillows by Susan Carlson

Taking Shape Pillows

June 2016
ScheepjesSoftFun Aquarel
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Pillow Cover = 19” (48cm) square (Designed with 1" negative ease for 20" pillow form.)
4.0 mm (G)
890 - 915 yards (814 - 837 m)
20" (50cm) square pillow covers
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This pattern is available from etsy.com for $6.00.

The pattern PDF is available on Etsy here.

With a clean and graphic design and fabulous texture, these three pilows are included in a single pattern (each their own pdf) and can be placed together or made for individual happy spots in your home. The yarn colors and quantities are included in the pattern to make each removable cushion cover with a back button placket.

Materials for each pillow:
--890 yds (815m) of Dk cotton blend yarn in colors of your choice or those detailed in the pattern
--G (4mm) hook
--Square pillow form -- 20” (51cm)
--Buttons -- five 7/8”/2.2cm in color of choice

Skill Levels:
--Mandala Pillow--Experienced (Made in the round)
--Herringbone Pillow--Intermediate (Worked back and forth in rows)
--Color Block Pillow--Easy (Worked in motifs that are then joined)
Note: The back button plackets are worked separately and seamed to the front.

The detailed and throughly tested patterns include:
--complete materials list including colors and quantities of yarn used in the samples
--notes, stitch abbreviations, special stitches and several pictures to provide additional help
--complete written instructions in standard US terms
--color placement chart for the Color-Block cover
--assembly instructions to seam the front cover to the back button-plackets

You can find the stitch pattern for the pillow front for the Herringbone Taking Shape Pillow on my blog here.

When you purchase $16.50 worth of patterns, enter code ESAVE3 at checkout on Etsy for a $3 savings.

Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at FeltedButton.com for the pattern.

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