Handmade home decor is so popular right now and nothing makes a room feel cozier than something handmade! So, let’s dive right in with some crochet pillow patterns that you can work up this week.
I love crochet pillows because there are so many options. These make great additions to your own decor and they make rock star gifts too! You can easily customize them to any colors or sizes, which makes them the perfect handmade gift.
As part of our Learn More, Make More focus here, these patterns all give you a new stitch or technique to try out! I love testing new stitches or skills on pillows because it is the perfect size to practice on and you can finish it pretty quickly! So, you learn something new and make something beautiful too!
Of course, we had to include one of our own pillow patterns in this round up. This pillow is a favorite in our house. The soft yarn on one side and the stylish fabric on the other side make this pillow pull double duty in your home. It is so nice to just flip a pillow and get a whole new look in a room.
This one uses the solid shell stitch on the crochet side and shows you how to join it to fabric using a whip stitch and some cotton (10) yarn.
Who doesn’t love a good granny square pillow? I love how she took that basic design and turned it up a notch with this pillow pattern. Rather than doing both front and back with a granny square, she made the back into a striped look and then proceeded to add some buttons to make it easy to swap out throughout the year! I could totally see making a different one of these in seasonal colors and swapping it out throughout the year!
This is a great project to try if you are just getting started with using multiple colors. It is not too big, but is just enough to give you that experience. If you are used to working with many colors, the you will fly through this quick pattern!
Oh my goodness, what a stunning pillow pattern! I could totally see this in a beach house or a sun room or a master bedroom…the possibilities are endless. Emma has created a design that was featured in Crochet Now Magazine and is now sharing this masterpiece on Ravelry.
Again, if you are new to using different colors or working a picture into your crochet piece, pillow patters are a great way to learn a technique. The size is small enough to handle, but gives you great practice with the technique. Try out Emma’s pattern and choose some colors to match your decor!
Emma has done it again! This pillow pattern features a corner to corner striping on one side and a patchwork heart on the other side. Simply adorable!
Again, this is a great option to learn the C2C crochet technique without taking on a huge blanket! Emma’s pattern will take you step by step on how to create this look and make a pillow cover that you will be excited to showcase in your home!
Here is another great pillow pattern for you. This one works up with just one skein of yarn, so you can make one pretty easily and update your decor without a lot of expense. You can cover an existing pillow or get a pillow form for this beautiful pattern.