in Jamieson and Smith’s 2 ply jumper weight
copyright Elizabeth Lovick
Traditional Shetland patterns have been used to make this cushion cover. Use one of the two colour ways given, or put together your own to suit your colour scheme. This project is perfect for using up ends of balls from other projects!
This is suitable as a first Fair Isle project. If you are new to Fair Isle, you might like to use the second colour way, which uses fewer colours.
The pattern will work with most 4 ply/fingering weight yarns, and can be used as a pyjama case as well as a cushion cover!
Jamieson and Smith’s 2 ply jumper weight in the amounts and colours shown in the table (total weight of cover is 100 (150, 200g)
3 mm and 3.5 mm (US 3 and 4) needles (dpns or circ)
thin needle for picking up stitches
3 (4, 5) buttons, about 13 to 15 mm
12 (15, 18) in cushion pad
stitch markers as required
to fit 12 (15, 18) in cushion pads
30 sts and 31 rows to 4 ins on 3.5 mm needles in stocking stitch over the charts.
The Small Print!
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