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Knit a bobbled heart cushion: free knitting pattern

PR knit a bobble heart cushion - Free knitting patterns - Craft -

The bobble-edged heart pattern makes this cushion cover stand out. Click here to see a larger photo of the finished cushion cover.

This is a Wendy pattern from Thomas Ramsden, courtesy of

To fit cushion pad 35 x 35cm (14 x 14in)

• 2 x 100g balls Wendy Supreme Cotton DK Click here to buy the yarn online
• Pair 4mm ( UK 8, US 6 ) knitting needles
• Pattern chart - click here to download this chart as a PDF

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Yarn quantities are approximate as they are based on average requirements.

Unless the yarn specified is used, we cannot accept any responsibility for the finished work.


19 sts and 26 rows to 10 cm (4 in) over st-st using 4mm needles.

If tension is tight use a size larger needle, if loose use a size smaller needle.


Beg - beginning
cm - centimetre
in(s) - inch(es)
k - knit
mb - k1/p1/k1/p1/k1 all in next st, turn, p5, turn, k5, turn, p5,turn, sl 1,[ k2 tog] twice, pass 2nd and 3rd sts on right needle over end st and off needle
msb - k1/p1/k1 all in next st, turn, p3, turn, sl 1, k2 tog, psso
patt - pattern
p - purl
psso - pass slipped st over
rep - repeat
rs - right side
sl - slip
st(s) - stitch(es)
st-st - stocking stitch (k1 row, p1 row)
tog - together
ws - wrong side
yf - yarn forward

For the cushion cover

Start at back of cover by casting on 65 sts 

Beg with a k row work 80 rows in st-st. K2 rows to form a ridge.

Front of cover

Work 80 rows of patt from chart, reading odd-numbered rows from right to left and even-numbered rows from left to right.

Cast off.

Fold in half at 'ridge'. Join side seams. Slip pad in place and join cast-on and cast-off edges.

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