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This pattern includes written instructions, a graph to follow for the fair isle portion of pattern and color ideas for the cushion.
If you're looking to practice before tackling this pattern, visit my wordpress for a free pattern: https://naluknits.wordpress.com/2017/03/22/diamond-fair-isle-cushion/
This cushion is knit in one piece, starting with the back to the front, with the flap being the last piece. The sides can either be crocheted or sewn. The flap is knit with three buttonholes to keep flap buttoned down onto cushion. The back of the piece is knit in a solid color which contrasts nicely with the intricate design of the fair-isle lotus pattern.
- US 8 needles
- Three 1” buttons [large enough to fit buttonholes]
- Optional: H-8 crochet hool
Gauge: 4” = 16 sts by 22 rows
o 1 skeins of DK weight yarn for a main color (lotus portion)
o 2 skeins of DK weight yarn for contrasting color
Finished size: 13.5” x 11”
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