Comfy Crochet Pouf DIY


Comfy Crochet Pouf DIY


Comfy Crochet Pouf DIY
Comfy Crochet Pouf DIY

The homey comfort of T-shirt material teams up with crochet home decor to bring you the Comfy Crochet Pouf DIY. The thickness of the yarn makes this pattern look like woven twists, and it's the perfect size for an ottoman or a floor pillow. From living rooms to bedrooms, this is the perfect way to add an extra level of welcoming softness. Crochet truly shines in this project, and it's an easy crochet pattern for anyone wanting to work this up. This pattern even shows you how to stuff the pouf yourself, so you get to work the entire process, not just the cover. Kick back, put up your feet, and enjoy.


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5 dc = 3 inches; after rnd 2, your circle should measure 5 inches across

Finished Size16 inches across and 10 inches tall

Materials List

  • T-shirt yarn (at least 200 yards)
  • Size P (11.5mm) crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge)
  • Yarn needle for finishing, with a hole large enough to fit t-shirt yarn through
  • Stuffing (about 35 ounces)
  • Stitch Marker (such as a safety pin)

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This is a great collection of fall sweater patterns. I had already seen some of them while surfing the All Free Crochet website but I found one that I really want to make from the intermediate sweater patterns. The Granny Squares jacket is perfect and I can not wait to get started.

Shoot, I can buy those tee shirts at my local Michaels store and they are almost always on sale. Sometimes 3/$10! So, that works out to be $23 for the materials to make the pouff! She stated she used 7 shirts total. I am not sure how much money it would be for the appropriate yarn already made. But I think it's a pretty good investment. Love!

I have never used t shirt yarn and doubt if I will use it on this project either. I will probably just use super bulky yarn or several strands of different colors of regular #4 yarns. That will also help me use up so leftover yarns that I have from previous projects. I think I will probably use a tighter stitch also to keep the stuffing in.

Had to do some research on this one I did and I like what I found. Seating is always a rare commodity it seems in our house and this might fill that gap. I would like to know if anyone has figured out how to make it taller...maybe even twice the height. I'm not very good at doing that sort of thing so I'm hopeful someone can help me.

To answer your question about increasing the height, when you get to rows 6-11 where you are just making a dc in each stitch around, add more rounds. In other words, before moving on to the instructions for row 12 where you start decreasing, add in more rounds. With the T-shirt yarn it won't take more than a couple extra rounds to make it significantly taller.

My granddaughters would absolutely love this comfy crochet pouf. #bestideaever


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