It’s time for something new – I don’t think I’ve ever released a PILLOW pattern before! This pattern is great for two reasons. 1 – You get to practice the loop stitch. If you don’t know what the loop stitch is, or how to do it, go HERE and you can find the FREE tutorial for it! And 2 – this pillow is so stylish and fashionable, you’ll definitely want to make more than one! This one is my first, and my daughter (she just turned 4!) already stole it for her room. I have a beige one planned for the family room, just as soon as she lets me have a minute to myself! Haha!
You can find the pattern on both Ravelry and Etsy!
You can use any worsted (#4) weight cotton yarn. I used Hobby Lobby’s I love this Cotton, in color Cotton Candy.
I got this yarn on sale for 96c a skein. I mean, that’s a no-brainer, right? Cotton for less than a buck a skein? YES PLEASE!! And it was so easy to work with. Some cottons are too stiff, some cottons are too thin, but this one is just right for all those home accessories – especially the ones you know are going to get worked hard and thrown in the wash often!
This pillow was made because I saw a pillow with long threads in the store. It looked like a 50’s flapper girl’s dress – So of course I wanted to make it with long threads! What’s the easiest way to do that with crochet? Make loops, and cut the loops! Well, this pillow was stolen before I got a chance to cut the loops and make fringe, but I think I like the loops look anyway!
This pillow is worked flat, in rows of loop stitches and single crochets, including the back triangle closing flap and the button hole. When it’s time to seam, you just fold it over, sc up the
Any worsted (#4) weight cotton yarn. I used Hobby Lobby’s I love this Cotton, in color Cotton Candy.
5.5mm hook (or size needed to meet gauge)
Finished measurements: Fits a 15” square pillowform.
Gauge: 7 sc and 8 rows is 2” square.
Sc: single crochet
Sc2tog: single crochet 2 together
Loop: Insert hook into stitch, wrap yarn around index finger and keep finger at the desired length for the loop. Wrap hook clockwise around the yarn (yarn under) laying in front of the index finger and then grab the yarn laying behind the index finger. Pull yarn through stitch (2 loops on hook). Yarn over, pull through remaining loops. Remove finger from loop. Check out the picture tutorial HERE!
You can find this pattern on both Ravelry and Etsy!
As always you are welcome to reach out if you have any questions about the pattern. Once the pattern is purchased, you may sell your finished items, as long as you give credit to me as the designer. I can be found on Instagram @springintofalldesigns, and Ravelry as SpringintoFall. Also check out my blog at SpringintoFall.design.blog. I’d love to hear from you!