Furniture Knitting Patterns
Knitting patterns for ottomans, foot stools, poufs, and more. Most are free knitting patterns
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Free Knitting Patterns
Hanging Cocoon Seat
This design by Craft Passions is knit in garter stitch with braided cord for strength, shaped with short rows with a seat made from a gym ball and a fleece blanket.
Mosaic Key Footstool Cover
Judy Lamb designed this cover with this unique stitch.
Situate Chair Cover
Berroco designed this chair cover made of felted hexagons, perfect for self-striping yarn.
Jodi Lewanda came up with these clever furniture leg socks for Red Heart. Cute, practical, and a great use for scrap yarn!
Take Notice Pouf
This Bernat is a quick knit and can be used as a cozy footrest or extra seat.
Garter Stitch Striped Ottoman Cube Cover
Change up the decor in your room simply by making a knit cover for a 5–inch square footstool cube
The project instructions for this ottoman cover by Kristin Ledgett are only notes and a knitting recipe. There isn’t a detailed pattern. But I loved this so much I wanted to include it.
Spiral Floor Pouf
Quick knit in super bulky yarn designed by Melissa Leapman from Knit It! Learn The Basics and Knit 22 Beautiful Projects. Approx 47cm in diameter
Cabled Ottoman Cover
Dress up an inexpensive ottoman cube with Julie Farmer’s Aran design.
Exercise / Yoga Ball Cover
Knitsquire Designs came up with a clever knitting pattern to make your exercise more comfortable for workouts or as a chair.
Puff Daddy Pouf
This knitted stool by Pickles is knit with super bulky yarn on size 15 needles and stuffed with duves. Circumference 70″ and Height 16″,
The Not-so-ubiquitous Knitted Chair
Yuvinia Yuhadi created this brilliant idea to cover those boring plastic chairs to make them beautiful and comfortable. Customize with your own designs in lace, cables, or colorwork. Be sure to check out the projects on the Ravelry page for ideas!
Giant Arm Knit Bunny
Anne Weil designed this bunny shaped floor pillow in two sizes.
Crown Point Ottoman Cover
Julie Farmer designed this colorful fun cover for Red Heart that’s perfect for a nursery or child’s room. 15 x 15 x 15
Striped Footstool Cube Cover
Change up the decor in your room simply by making a knit cover for a 5–inch square footstool cube with this design by Candi Jensen
Patterns for Purchase
The Knitted Home: Creative and Contemporary Projects for Interiors
This book by Ruth Cross includes 20 patterns to create stunning home decor including throws, cushions, hangings, and more.
Tree Stump Ottoman
Great idea for nursery or kid’s room! Knit flat. Finished Ottoman measures 13 inches tall, and 30 inches wide.
Striped Cushion With Craft Storage
What a brilliant idea! A chair cushion with pockets for your knitting or other crafting. Take one wherever you go!
Aran Armchair Cover
Erika Knight designed this cable chair cover for Ikea chairs, available as one of the 15 patterns in Simple Knits with a Twist.
Wavesong Chair Pad
This chair pad is knit in garter stitch and a great stash buster!
Erika Knight designed this super chunky cable chair cover knit in panels, available as one of the 20 patterns in Farmhouse Knits.
Fun Cube Pouf
This cube can be used as a table or a seat! Finished cube measures 24”x24”x16”
Arm Knit Stool Cover
No need for needles! This is one of the 35 amazing knitting patterns by Laura Strutt including fashion, accessories, home decor from Arm & Finger Knitting 35 No Needles Knits
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!