What better way to enjoy your exquisite cable knit creation than to frame it and put it on your wall? Framing your cables is a wonderful way to celebrate the art piece that it is. With the timeless and elegant nature of cables, not only will you add a modern unique flair to your home decor, these artful pieces will never go out of style. This set of three cable panel wall art designs look lovely as a set, as well as on their own. The 3-dimensional look will draw in spectators to admire your fine needle crafting skills and appreciate your knitting talent. The perfect way to add charm to your home, these cable knit wall art designs make an excellent gift as well! Enjoy!
This pattern comes with a blank chart and template so you can design your own custom cable knitted wall art design!
The knitted wall art is designed as a seamless frame cozy. It wraps around the back piece of your frame, so that you can get it on and off easily and change out the cozies as you please. Each cozy should only take 3-4 hours to make!
Price: $5.00 This pattern is part of the “Knitted Wall Art” Collection, a collection of 7 patterns for $15!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yarn Weight: Sport (160-170 yards)
Recommended Yarn: Knit Picks “Wool of the Andes” Sport (shown in Sapphire Heather, Green Tea Heather, and Cobblestone Heather)
Needles: US 3 (3.25mm) straight needles
Materials: 3 5×7” IKEA Virserum Frames
Notions: Tapestry needle, cable needle
Gauge: 25 sts and 34 rows = 4″ in Stockinette Stitch
Buying Options: After checkout, you will receive a link to instantly download the .pdf pattern. If you are a member of Ravelry, the pattern will automatically show up in your library! You can also purchase this pattern through my Girly Knits pattern stores on Ravelry, Craftsy, and Etsy.
Customer Projects and Reviews:
“I love these wall hangings! I recently moved into a new room, and was looking into ways to decorate my pretty, purple walls when this pattern showed up. It’s pretty much exactly what I was looking for. The pattern is well-written and clear, and the wall hangings knit up nice and quickly…I bought all seven designs, and I definitely want to knit more of them. I can see myself switching these ones out every so often to change things up, or making them as gifts.” -Anna (pleasantpurls on Ravelry)
“I used fingering weight yarn from my stash – held double. The cables were so much simpler than I expected!” -Katy (katylynn06 on Ravelry)