January 30, 2017

Pebble Pop Knit Pillow

Pebble Pop Knit Pillow (needle AND loom!)

Let’s go berry picking with the Pebble Pop Knit pillow!  The raspberry stitch pops in this pillow design from my sponsor, Yarnspirations.  The texture is so easy to do, also catches your eye, doesn’t it?

I decided to change it up on this pattern and instead of a square pillow I went for a rectangle shape and I LOVE it for a super big pop of color in Sunflower! The design is quite flexible since it is a flat panel that you make in the width of your pillow.  Just double the length and stitch the sides. Add a pillow and seam the rest.  It is a breeze to assemble and I’ll take you through it in the video.

I’ve got great news for you loom knitters out there!  You can loom knit this pattern.  Scroll all the way to the bottom of this post for the supplies, notes and loom knitting tutorial video.

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pebble pop knit pillow pin image


Click here to get the Pebble Pop Knit Pillow pattern from Yarnspirations.


1 ball of Caron One Pound color Sunflower

Needles & Supplies

US 9 (5.5mm) needles

Stitch Marker


Tape Measure

Blunt Wide Eyed Yarn or Tapestry Needle

20×20 Pillow insert (Mine was 12×24 –

Skill Level



Approx 20″ [51 cm] square. (or change to fit your pillow insert).

Pebble Pop Knit Pillow –

Skills Demonstrated in Tutorial

Cast on – Backwards Loop (Thumb cast on)

Knit stitch

Purl Stitch

K1. P1. K1. in same stitch (Also called KPK or Inc1to3)


Bind off (Cast off)

Weave tails

Sew seams on knit pillow

If you need a slower video on the main stitches or techniques, please check out my slower tutorials on GoodKnit Kisses YouTube playlist.



3/8″ Small Gauge (SG) loom with at least 82 pegs

Skills and techniques covered:

U-Knit stitch

True/ Traditional Knit

Purl Stitch

P1. K1. P1. in same stitch (Also called an Inc 1 to 3)


Reading a needle pattern to convert to the loom

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Kristen Mangus
About Kristen Mangus
Kristen is a multi-talented entrepreneur with a heart as big as Texas. She is the Owner, Host and Creative Director of GoodKnit Kisses. GoodKnit Kisses is a company positioned to inspire, encourage and empower people through education and design. She’s built a large and loyal on-line community of followers by sharing her personal passion for knitting and all things creative through YouTube video tutorials, Facebook live broadcasts, blogs and patterns. Her vision is to leave an inspired crafting world for future generations that continues to teach and reach others. She and her husband, John, have three amazing kids.

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