Neutral Crochet Pillow Pattern


Neutral Crochet Pillow Pattern


Neutral Crochet Pillow Pattern

This Neutral Crochet Pillow Pattern is a great accessory for any room in your home. You don't need to worry about this pattern clashing with your current interior decor, because the colors pair well with just about anything. After a long day at work, you can easily work up this pattern and cozy up on the couch with your new pillows. The bulky yarn used for this crochet pillow pattern adds a nice textured dimension to the project. Plus, the yarn is extremely soft, so you don't need to worry about being uncomfortable while you're lounging around. Make a couple of these cute pillow covers and see for yourself.


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Cannot access the pattern.

Its been quite a long time, and as I suspected, the link is up and running. One word of caution if you like .pdf downloads, that Print button at the top of the page is just thatPrint only. This is an easy pillow cover to work up as its all done using Half Double stitches. What really sells it for me is the edging. Ive sewn several pillows, and that looks just like a nice cording.

I think the link is broken because it doesn't take me to the pattern page. Can anyone tell me where I can get this pattern?

I have a few pillow forms that I need to dress up. Looking at the beginner skill level for this pillow is an incentive. Sometimes I just want a pattern that will work up real quick and have a complete project to admire. The neutral color will blend in with everything in my house.

This Neutral Crochet Pillow Pattern is an excellent pattern for beginners and experienced crafters. I like that the pattern is easy to adjust to any size pillow that you have on hand. Changing out the color of pillows is a simple way to keep your decor fresh.

Excellent basic throw pillow. I like the designers idea of repurposing old throw pillow as the stuffing or inside of this pillow. We all have those pillows that have seen better days and need a facelift. This is a great way to do it. It also saves you money on buying unnecessary materials.

Pillows are a great way to add color to any room. I love to pick up old pillows from Goodwill and bring them back to life with a crochet pillow cover. I love to make them for friends moving into a new home or apartment.

I made a number of these as stock Christmas gifts, They work up in no time and the pattern itself is quite easy. I edged them with an additional single crochet row in a darker shade of the yarn I was using and it turned out beautifully. I will definitely be making more of them.

I was soooo glad to see that this pattern was marked "beginner" because that's right where I am and now you're confirming it! I can think of so many ways to gift these out housewarming, Christmas gift and birthday gift but that's only if I can bear to part with some.

I have been looking for a simple, quick pillow pattern with texture for my couch. This looks great! My problem with pillow patterns is that they don't usually work up quick enough for me and I lose interest before they are finished. Bet I could get this one done before that happens! Has anyone made this pillow?

This pillow pattern is definitely a must have in your home. The available colours in Bernat Blanket yarn make it possible for you to match almost any decor and would look great in any room of your home. A little tip If you can't find this yarn in your area, using 3-4 strands together of a worsted weight yarn of your choice could possibly yield the same results. Just be sure to check your gauge! Could you see yourself snuggling up with this pillow?


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