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Debbie Abrahams presents the third part of her fourth cushion ...

EXCLUSIVE:Part 3Debbie Abrahams presents the third part of herfourth cushion pattern, for subscribers onlywe continue the collectable series ofcushion patterns created by DebbieAbrahams with this third instalment forher latest design. Here we reveal the finalfront panel block and the lower backpanel; next month we’ll have the patternfor the final panel, so you can completethis gorgeous design. The yarn, needleand equipment requirements that you’llneed to make the whole cushion are here.Front panelBlock 9With RS facing and using 3mm needles anda long tail of yarn B (still joined to the ball,leaving the ball at the start of the cast-on),pick up and knit 37 sts along the cast-offedge of block 8. Slip the sts back onto theother needle so that the RS of the work isfacing you for row 1 of the pattern.Work in the foll stripe sequence whilefollowing the instructions below (this isnot indicated on the chart):Yarn C, 1 rowYarn A, 1 rowYarn B, 1 rowNote: Do not cut off yarns A, B and C. Carrythem up the side of the work.Rows 1-4: Beg with a RS row, work chartrows 1-4, rep the 7 st patt rep 5 times acrosseach row.Rows 5-52: Rep chart rows 1-4, 12 times.Cast off sts with RS facing towards you.Lower back panelNote: The lower back panel is knittedslightly longer than half the length of thefront panel so that the extra fabric sitsneatly underneath the upper back panelwhen the buttons are fastened.Thread beads onto yarns as folls: Yarn E,84 beads; Yarn F, 84 beads; Yarn G, 96beads.Cast on 110 sts using 3mm needles andYarn E.Work in the foll stripe sequence (this isnot indicated on the chart):Yarn F, 1 rowYarn G, 1 rowYarn E, 1 rowNote: Do not cut off yarns E, F and G.Carry them up the side of the work.Rows 1-6: Beg with a RS row and Yarn A,work chart rows 1-6, rep the 9 st patt rep11 times across each row, as indicated.Rows 7-90: Rep chart rows 3-6, 21 times.Cast off sts with RS facing you. vBlock 9Lower back panelThe Knitter 36 Issue NineteenTKN19.mystery 10367/5/10 1:36:6 pm


Subscriber exclusive Mystery Cushion326598TENSION25 sts and 35 rows to 10cm measured overstocking stitch using Rowan Cotton Glaceand 3mm needles147special AbbreviationsTw2F: Knit into the back of the second stand then into the front of the first st beforeslipping both stitches off the needle.ack panel10 59 st repYARNRowan Cotton Glace (100% cotton;115m/50g balls)A Bleached (726) 1 x 50g ballB Ecru (725) 1 x 50g ballC Oyster (730)2 x 50g ballsD Baked Red (837) 1 x 50g ballE Garnet (841) 2 x 50g ballF Heather (828) 2 x 50g ballG Toffee (843) 1 x 50g ballH Dijon (739) 1 x 50g ballJ Candy Floss (747) 1 x 50g ballBEADSDebbie Abrahams Beads Size 6 in packsof 500Mink beads (40) 1 x packCharts5Chart: 3 Block 941231642SIZEEach front panel block measures approx 13 x13cm (5 x 5in).Lower back panel measures approx 39cm x22½cm (15½in x 9in).NEEDLES1 pair 2.25mm (UK 13/ US 1) knitting needles1 pair 3mm (UK 11/ US 2-3) knitting needles1 set 3mm (UK 11/ US 2-3) double-pointedneedles (DPNs)Cable needle (cn)ACCESSORIESSewing-up needle (blunt ended)Fine sewing needle & sewing threadShell medium-sized buttons x 6 (for fastening)Chart: Lower back panel10 520 15 10 57 st rep 9 st rep531PREVIOUS INSTALMENTSDon’t forget you can download previouscushion patterns you’ve missed out onat our subscriber-only website: www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/craftcircleIf you’ve enjoyed the Debbie Abrahamsmystery cushion series, visit Debbie’swebsite, www.debbieabrahams.com,for more of her designs, plus her kits,and beads, including those used in ourmystery cushions.For stockists and abbreviations, see p91Striking design blendstartan, textures,stripes and beading31Chart: Lower back panel64220key15 10 59 st repKeyK on RS, P on WSP on RS, K on WSP3togPlace beadSlip 1 stitch purlwiseTw2fyo531KeyK on RS, P on WSP on RS, K on WSP3togPlace beadSlip 1 stitch purlwiseTw2fKeyyoK on RS, P on WSP on RS, K on WSP3togPlace beadThe Knitter 37 Issue NineteenSlip 1 stitch purlwiseTw2fyoTKN19.mystery 10377/5/10 1:36:10 pm

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