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Removable Colored Cables Pouf

By: Kristyn Hertrich from
Removable Colored Cables Pouf
Removable Colored Cables Pouf

"This pouf uses a color changing cabling technique to create the display of color and texture. This technique gives you nice clean cables in a different color, without carrying the yarn. One of my favorite things about this pouf is, it features variegated or multi-colored yarn. I often struggle with using them but I love them so much and find my self accumulating them because they are sooo pretty, so anytime I can use the multi-colored yarn I get a little excited. I always like the idea of using something you already have, so this pouf features a zip open base and can be filled with blankets, pillows, or bean bag beans and PolyFil. I’ve deigned this pouf with a zippered base so you can stuff, un-stuff, re-stuff, add more stuff, or take away stuff at your leisure. I’ve marked this pattern as advanced as there are a few stitches beginners, may not be familiar with, however, anyone can learn anything, and it’s really just a circle with some cabling."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge1in give you 4 stitches and 2 rounds.

Finished Size22in. by 15in.

Materials List

  • Caron Jumbo
  • Caron Soft
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When I seen the name of this my first thought was oh great another bath pouf. Then I seen the picture and almost jumped for joy when I seen what it really is. A large stuffable ottoman! Yes please. This is great and a good way to store your extra blankets and have a good looking footstool to boot. The pattern is well written and easy to follow with a great video to show you just how it's done with the cables. I'm looking forward to making this one in colors to match our living room. I like that the cables are in a different color to make them stand out. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet Removable Colored Cables Pouf pattern.

I am not really digging on the bone colored cables in this design. I would much rather have a spiral of alternating ombre and bone OR the cables would be black or a cobalt. It just seems kind of weird to me. I do however, totally appreciate the inexpensive yarn used!


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