Seed Stitch Knit Decor Pillow






Seed Stitch Knit Decor Pillow

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Spring is here! so I want to make new things to decorate.

Haven’t made a decor pillow in a while. With all these beautiful spring colors this year I had to make one!

Materials needed:

Chunky yarn: Had this one at hand and I’m in love with the color. I needed 4 balls

Knitting needles: If you have been following me already, you know I love to knit everything with circular needles. Straight needles are good too. The right size will be in the yarn label but usually is a size 13 or 15. 

Yarn needle


Filling pillow or Poly-fil. I already had a filling pillow from another decor pillow, so it was easy to just do the switch.


St: Stitch

Sts: Stitches

K1: Knit 1

P1: Purl 1

Cast on 40 sts

K1, P1 all stitches until the end of the row

P1, K1 sll stitches (purl above the previous knit stitch and knit above the previous purl stitch. This is also called the seed stitch)

Work until the piece is the same size of the filling pillow. If using Poly-fil, make it the desired size. Make two pieces

cast off “in pattern” and leave a very long tail for sewing. sew the pieces together leaving an opening for filling

Fill the pillow and sew in the last part and enjoy your new pillow!

As always, see the video below for a visual step by step. Remember to pause when needed and go at your own pace.

Published by Ivy R

Hello and welcome to my website! I have always loved doing crafts. In 2015 I discovered the planner community, and I saw all these pretty and functional accessories and I instantly fell in love. I decided to combine my love for crafting and planning to bring you my creations. I hope you love them, just as much as I did when I made them. Stop by again to see new releases coming to the shop! Iveth

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