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Tablet cushion-knitting pattern

 Tablet cushion-knitting pattern
Tablet cushion-knitting pattern

EASY TO KNIT!

YOU WILL NEED
1. King Cole Majestic DK (50% wool, 30% acrylic, 20% polyamide, 50g/121m) 1 ball of each: Amber (2658)
Burnt Orange (2656) Cerise (2659) Violet (2653) Sky Blue (2655) Pale Petrol (2657)
2.A pair of 3.25mm needles
3. Beanbag beans

TENSION
26 sts and 34 rows to measure 10x10cm (4x4in) over st st using 3.25mm needles 22 sts and 40 rows to measure
10x10cm (4x4in) over garter stitch using 3.25mm needles

MEASUREMENTS
Height 17cm (6¾in)
Width at widest point 31cm (12¼in)

 

TABLET CUSHION
BEANBAG BASE
Cast on 16 sts using 3.25mm needles and your chosen shade from the six balls.
Next row Knit.
Work increases as follows:
Next row (RS) Kfb, K to last st, kfb. [18 sts] Next row Knit.
Rep these 2 rows until there are 36 sts, ending with a WS row.
Work decreases as follows:
Next row (RS) Ssk, K to last 2 sts, k2tog. [34 sts] Next row Knit.
Rep these 2 rows until there are 16 sts left, ending with a WS row.
Cast off

SEGMENTS
Make six segments, one in each shade. Cast on 19 sts using 3.25mm needles. Work increases as follows:
Row 1 (RS) Knit.
Row 2 Purl.
Row 3 K2, M1, K to last 2 sts, M1, K2. [21 sts] Row 4 Purl.
Rep these 4 rows 3 more times, ending with Row 4. [27 sts]

Work decreases as follows:
Row 1 (RS) Knit.
Row 2 Purl.
Row 3 K2, ssk, K to last 4 sts, k2tog, K2. [25 sts] Row 4 Purl.
Row 5 Knit.
Row 6 Purl.
Rep these 6 rows until 7 sts remain, ending with Row 6.
Next row (RS) Ssk, s2kpo, k2tog. [3 sts] Next row Purl.
Next row S2kpo and fasten off this stitch.
TAB
Cast on 16 sts using 3.25mm needles and your chosen shade from the six balls.
Work in st st until work measures 7cm.
Cast off.
MAKING UP
Sew the segments together along their side edges. Attach tab by sewing the long edges of the tab together, then folding it in half. Sew into the top of the bean bag leaving no gaps. Sew the base to segments, with each side attached to the bottom of a segment, leaving one segment/base side left open. Fill with beanbag beads.
Sew up final base side/segment.

 

     

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