If you love keeping stylish ottomans or poufs at the corner of your room, then instead of spending a fortune on buying them, go the creative way and try your hands at making some stylish poufs for your home. The following tutorials will be of immense aid to you in making a knitted pouf if you are passionate about knitting.
You can include this cozy ottoman as a part of your kid’s nursery décor.
If you have plenty of space in your home, then a large knit pouf ottoman like the one shown below would suffice for you.
Your little munchkin would have a gala time sitting on this cute pouf, playing with her favorite toy.
You can choose the color of the yarn according to the color of the wall paint.
While knitting a pouf pattern, pay particular attention to the stuffing part so that your pouf gets a proper shape.
You can stuff the ottoman with two to three duvets, old clothes or blankets if you want your pouf to look heavy. The garter stitch pattern used in this tutorial makes it easy for beginners.
This giant-sized ottoman sitting near your fireplace gives a sober look to your house.
Taking a cue from the instructions shown in the video, you can make a lovely ottoman like this one. If you have old, discarded pillows, use them to stuff your pouf to make it fluffy.
This cute little pink ottoman would be perfect for you little doll’s room.
Along with this green pouf, knit a red and white one also to complete your Christmas décor.
This beautiful ottoman will serve as an excellent foot rest while you relax on your couch. If you have ample of space in your living room, with fewer sets of furniture, then two three of these poufs would serve as a perfect floor cushion.
If you are a novice to knitting then using the garter stitch would be a perfect way to start. All you need to do is knit in every row.
The moss stitch pattern used here would be easy for novice knitters to follow.
If you have a circular loom at hand, then the giving knitting pattern would be of great utility to you. The graphite shade of the pouf gives it a rustic and elegant look.
If you are using a duvet for stuffing, then wrap it well with cotton yarn to get a proper shape.
As I was unable to retrieve any free pattern for you after much searching, here is a paid one through which you would get a glimpse of making this gray knit pouf using the braided cable pattern.
Though a paid one, this intricate pouf knitting pattern would be of immense use to you in case you want to make a stylish ottoman like the one shown in the picture.
So with a whole lot of interesting patterns in your kitty, you can knit an array of attractive ottoman designs of shades like green, red, blue, ivory, cream, orange or any other color that suits your home décor. You can knit using yarn or even a rope to get your ottoman pouf done.
Published on May 26th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs