Cushions We Love!Print
Cushions are great to make, whether you want a fairly quick but useful project, need a last minute gift or want to use up some of the yarn stash!
We have put together a selection of our favourite cushion patterns- these are suitable for a range of abilities, you will be sure to find something you like!
This crochet floor cushion is made using super chunky jersey yarn and a 12mm hook! Whip it up in no time at all. Make in bright shades to add some colour to your home!
Knit up this geometric pattern bolster, a fun filled delight! Add it to the edge of your sofa for a colour pop. Knitted in 4ply yarn, this pattern is suitable for intermediate knitters.
This applique layered cushion is a gorgeous, bright and fun cushion. Crochet the squares and hearts individually and attach to the cushion cover, a perfect beginner's project.
Perfect for the summer evenings sitting in the garden, these seat cushions will keep you comfy and look lovely! The crochet motif is very pretty and looks great made in two shades.
This pin cushion makes a great beginner's project. Crochet up in no time at all as it only uses a small amount of yarn.
These cute retro inspired cushions are simple to make in rounds of treble stitch, and use 4ply yarn. Add a vintage feel to any living area.
How adorable are these woodland animals! They would look perfect in a child's room or as fun cushions in the lounge!
This cushion will bring bright and wonderful colours to any living space. A beginner's project that looks more tricky than it is!
Why not add some decoration to cushions you already have! These flowers are crocheted and then added on to an existing cushion. They add a special touch, and something a bit different.
Welcome in the sunshine with this gorgeous crochet sunflower cushion! Made using double knitting weight yarn, this cushion will look great as a throw cushion.
For more pattern ideas, view the full range of Woman's Weekly patterns over on The Knitting Network website.
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