This design is simple with clean lines and a modern style. Both pillow designs would look great knit in any number of color combinations to go with any decor.
This version of the Main Line Pillow uses three colors with one "main line" slightly off center (see the white stripe in the photo below).
|Main Line Pillows knitting pattern - Two designs included.|
The other version (shown below) uses five wide stripes with three yarn colors. With the colors that I used, the dark navy in the center becomes the "main line". However, with different color choices other lines could become more dominant and change the appearance. It would be fun to experiment with colors....and even try knitting each of the five stripe color blocks in a different color.
|Main Line Pillow - Five "Main Lines" Design|
|Knit with super bulky yarn and large knitting needles.|
This pattern will also work well with many other super bulky yarns including Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick or Lion Brand Hometown USA.
This is also a great pattern for using up stash super bulky yarn!
This pattern is designed for a 12" x 16" pillow form. I used an inexpensive, basic pillow form from the craft store. For this modern style I prefer a firm pillow form.
This pillow makes a great gift for anyone! It won't take you long to knit the pillow and you won't spend much on the materials.
These two pillow designs (the Main Line Pillows knitting pattern includes two design charts to do both designs shown in the photos above) would look great in other colors. For a modern neutral style, either pattern would look fantastic in black, gray and white. For Valentine's Day it would look so cute in red, pink and white. For a sports fan, choose favorite sports team colors. (The design with five lines reminds me of a classic rugby shirt!) I included more color combination ideas in the pattern.
I have four or five new knitting pattern designs in the works right now. Now that it is so cold outside I'm knitting every day! Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my knitting patterns. Happy knitting!
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