Towny Cushion

bobshome's picture

It's time for another cushion to appear on the scene. I loved the pattern of a previous cushion I had knit for the bedroom so I made one for the living room in a different size with a firmer feather/down ratio filler.

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Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Another fine example of your

Another fine example of your work and design skills. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Absolutely brilliant! Neat

Absolutely brilliant! Neat tidy and orderly. I will be taking life cues from this room. Thank you for posting.
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jessemkahn's picture

It's GORGEOUS. And it fits

It's GORGEOUS. And it fits beautifully in the room. It reminds me of Anni Albers weaving. I'd love to learn how to do that pattern, so please do post!

Bill's picture

the zigzag one is

the zigzag one is particularly stunning...!
..no surprise given your talent as a decorator!

bobshome's picture

Bill - the half black and

Bill - the half black and half white is simply the back side of the zig-zag cushion.

murfpapa's picture

I love this pattern! Is your

I love this pattern! Is your own design or is there a pattern available?

bobshome's picture

Well there's going to be one

Well there's going to be one soon. I'll post what I did.

jessemkahn's picture

Yes, please! I'd love to

Yes, please! I'd love to make a couple of these as presents for some of my more tasteful friends!!

Craig's picture

Love the strong graphic

Love the strong graphic design

Kerry's picture

Very smart Bob. Is that

Very smart Bob. Is that zig-zag knitting difficult to do?

bobshome's picture

No - it's not difficult.

No - it's not difficult. It's mostly a slipped stitch that creates the zig-zag.

WillyG's picture

Looks great! Very sharp.

Looks great! Very sharp.