Herringbone Stitch Cushion

 How was your Christmas? Mine was great, although different than planned. We had invited my husband's parents and my own parents, but since we are in lockdown again (The Netherlands) we had to divide them over two days. Two days in the kitchen for cooking and baking, but never mind: I love cooking and baking! 

We also divided the presents over two days, to the delight of my daughters. I love to make at least one of the presents for my daughters myself. For my youngest (10 years old) I made Pony Sky, that I showed you some weeks ago. For my oldest I made this cushion in herringbone stitch. In the summer I made this bag in herringbone stitch and it's my favorite crochet stitch ever since. I used bulky yarn for this cushion and I love the result.




 Yarn: Super Bulky by HEMA

Pattern: Herringbone Stitch, tutorial at Lakeside Loops by Kimberley


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My Canal Houses Cushions were featured by Pieced Pastimes, Pattern Paradise, Oombawka Design and Life Beyond The Kitchen!




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The Christmas Scrunchies that I made for my daughter were featured by Keeping It Real!

 



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Also my Canal Houses Tealight Holder was featured this week by Love My Little Cottage, My Girlish Whims, On Pointsettia Drive, Artsy Fartsy Mama and The Answer is Chocolate!

 



Comments

  1. What a lovely stitch to add interest to a creation!

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  2. I love this, you have inspired me to take up knitting again #alittlebitofeverything@_karendennis

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    1. Thank you, Karen! And I love it to be an inspiration!

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  3. Ahhh what a darling cushion. It looks exactly the type of cushion you'd want to cuddle up on watching an evening movie. You are very talented! #Alittlebitofeverything

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  4. Very cute cushion. ! Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Linky Party. Wishing you a healthy and safe 2021,
    Naush

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