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Coastline Pillow

Close your eyes and imagine lying on a soft, sandy beach while lilting waves lap along the shore.  Feel the cares of the day slip away, replaced by a sense of tranquility and peace.  Now, imagine you could take this bit of paradise and wrap it up into an armful of comfort, within arm’s reach whenever you needed it.  This lovely cushion cover is meant to evoke the serenity of surf and sand, blue skies and caressing breezes.  It is a soft, cuddly bundle of therapy – plus, the cover is designed to be easily removed in case it ever needs cleaning.  Bliss!


Knitting Loom: Zippy Looms, 2 looms, 8 pegs needed.

Yarn: Lion Brand Hometown USA – 2 skeins of Washington Denim (81 yards each) and 1 skein of Aspen Tweed (64 yards)

Notions: Knitting tool, scissors, yarn needle, 16” pillow form, needle and thread, 3 large buttons (1 ¼ “ diameter used on sample)

Size: 16″ x 16


K: Knit

P: Purl

Sl: Slip


Panels: (make 3)

Cast on 8 stitches using the double e-wrap cast on method.

Rows 1-2: Sl 1, P6, K1.

Rows 3-8: Sl 1, K7.

Work rows 1-8 a total of 14 times. Repeat rows 1-2 once more. Bind off using the basic bind off method.  Weave in all yarn ends.


Cut a length of yarn measuring approximately 60”. Thread the yarn into the yarn needle. Sew one panel to another, matching up the purl sections as you work.

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Cut a new length of yarn measuring 60”. Thread the yarn into the yarn needle. Sew the remaining panel to the side of the joined panels.

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Once all 3 panels have been joined together, fold the lower end of the knitted piece up, leaving a 2” flap at the top of the piece. Note: wrong side of work will be facing outward temporarily.

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Cut a new length of yarn measuring 35”. Thread the yarn into the yarn needle. Seam one side of the cushion cover closed, matching up the purl sections as you work.

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Cut a new length of yarn measuring 35”. Thread the yarn into the yarn needle. Seam the other side of the cushion cover closed, matching up the purl sections as you work. This will create a pouch with a flap closure.

Turn the pouch inside out. Using the needle and thread, sew a button in the center of each panel, on the front of the pouch, near the rim.

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Weave in all remaining yarn ends.  Insert the pillow form into the knitted pouch. Fold the flap over the pillow and button the pouch closed.  (Simply button directly into the knitting).

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“May your joys be as deep as the ocean, your sorrows as light as its foam.”  Anonymous




  1. Oh, I love it, Jenny! It looks so soft and cozy 😀 I also love your opening paragraph…takes me right to the beach!

    1. Jenny Stark

      Thank you, Bethany! I love it too. And it is super soft and smooshy. It just begs to be picked up and given a big squeeze, haha.

  2. Carolann Adair

    I love my Zippy Loom, made six scarfs with it, I hope to get more zippy’s so I can make shawls and maybe a large blanket. Only thing I ran out of yarn, so going on to store on the first, to get more yarn, also I love the sock loom 2, made leg warmers on it so far and working a scarf on it too, But with Zippy I had fun. Thanks for another good product KB

    Sincerely Carolann Adair

    1. Jenny Stark

      Hello Carolann,

      I am glad you are enjoying the new Zippy loom. Thanks for your comment. Have a great day!

  3. Carolann Adair

    I post some of the scarfs I made with my Zippy on my facebook page

  4. Can you please explain what K2 means? I am working on a round loom trying to make a pinwheel blanket.

    Thank you

    1. Jenny Stark

      Hello Robin,

      In knitting patterns, the abbreviation K means knit. So, in your pattern, K2 means to knit 2 stitches. I hope that helps. Good luck with your blanket 🙂

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