The “Step in Time” Pillow knitting pattern is named after a song from one of my favorite movies….Mary Poppins. Just ask my kids! When they were little and wanted to watch a movie, I frequently suggested Mary Poppins. One of my favorite scenes is Bert (played by Dick Van Dyke - one of my favorites!) and the other chimney sweeps dancing on the roof top to the song “Step in Time”. Mary and the children watch the sweeps tap dance “over the roof tops”, on top of chimneys and on the railings. Every time I watch the movie I’m mesmerized by the tap dancing of the chimney sweeps…though I’m completely afraid of heights and wish they didn’t hang off the edge of the roof!
This pillow knitting pattern is very simple and easy.
I love the stitch pattern…evenly spaced steps…step in time.
|"Step in Time" Pillow Knitting Pattern|
I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease “Thick & Quick” super bulky weight yarn in the color ‘Glacier’. This is a nice, economically priced yarn available at many craft stores in the U.S. The pattern will work with many super bulky weight yarns.
I used a standard, inexpensive 16” x 16” pillow form.
The pattern includes step by step instructions for sewing up the side seams and the bottom seams. There are a number of tutorial photos to guide you through the finishing process.
|Pattern includes detailed finishing instructions with tutorial photos.|
With super bulky yarn this pattern knits up very quickly. If you want to knit a quick gift for a friend, you’ll be done with this project in no time at all!
Thanks so much for checking out the “Step in Time” Pillow knitting pattern.