Petite cozies are keeping these plants toasty warm. This would be a great way to salvage a favorite sweater that's developed holes or begun to unravel. The button detailing is impossibly cute.
A patchwork of knit squares stitched into a rug adds an appealing layer of warmth underfoot. Again, you could easily do this with worn-out sweaters — even with some picked up from a thrift store.
What a darling display for a nursery! Sweet baby sweaters add a touch of heart. Translate this idea to an adult space by hanging or framing a spectacular hand-knit pullover.
You could toss a cable-stitch throw on the bed, but why not go all the way and make it a chunky knit spread? The only downside: It would be extra hard to get up on winter mornings.
Want to take the austerity out of a modern or minimalist space? Toss in a sweater-style pillow or two and watch it heat up.
Sweater pillows make this daybed so inviting that I'd have a hard time not grabbing a book and curling up on the spot.
Knit poufs are hot right now. This one, in a kids' room, adds textural depth and a cuddly note to a restrained palette.