Pomona Cushion – by Sonja Bargielowska


This cushion is made by knitting one large Garter Stitch log cabin square, which is created modularly from the centre out. Once this square is finished, you will add the back pieces to two sides and then seam it up to create the cushion shape.
The pattern includes instructions on how to spit (wet) splice your ends together neatly when changing colour to minimize the number of ends that need weaving in.


John Arbon Textiles Appledore, DK

Shown in:
MC: Payhembury; 1 large and 1 mini skein
CC1: Sheep’s Nose; 1 mini skein
CC2: Tom Putt; 1 mini skein
CC3: Slack Ma Girdle; 1 mini skein
CC4: Ellis Bitter; 1 mini skein
CC5: Billy Down Pippin; 1 mini skein
CC6: Hangy Down; 1 mini skein

Blocked Dimensions

One Size
Seamed dimensions: 40 cm / 16 inches squared
Length before seaming: 91 cm / 36 inches
Width before seaming: 40 cm / 16 inches

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Needles & Notions

4mm (8 UK / US 6) knitting needles
Darning needle
Pair of needle-nosed scissors (helpful but not essential)
Cushion pad
5 x 15mm buttons – Maggie of Textile Garden always has brilliant ones


20 sts x 40 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches over Garter Stitch after blocking
Always use a needle size that results in the correct gauge after blocking