Alice in Wonderland Cushion Knitting Pattern



Our Alice in Wonderland cushion is based on the glorious illustrations by Sir John Tenniel: a lobster preparing for a quadrille, a dodo wielding a walking stick, a hookah smoking caterpillar, the cheshire cat, so many wonderful images. Will you won’t you, will you, won’t you, will you won’t you join the dance?

Difficulty rating: easy-medium; only 2 colours are used in any square, making this a straightforward introduction to colourwork.


Approximately 400g of 4ply yarn, as follows:
Colour 1: 100g
Colour 2: 100g
Colour 3: 80g
Colour 4: 60g
Colour 5: 60g

2.5mm knitting needles

Size: this double sided cushion cover measures approximately 54cm by 54cm. The cushion consists of 18 knitted squares that are sewn together using an invisible stitch.

The Ikea “Stockholm” cushion, 55cm by 55cm, is the correct size to fit this cushion cover.

The pattern booklet includes all the knitting patterns & instructions required to make and finish this colourwork cushion.

Note: the cushion pattern is also adaptable as a blanket.