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Polka-Dot Pillow

By: Ashleigh Robidas from
Polka-Dot Pillow
Polka-Dot Pillow

"This pattern uses 2 colors, one for the main colour and a contrast colour for the polka dots. Start with the main colour and switch to contrast colour on the very last st of the single crochet. Work the bobble and switch back to main colour as you pull through the last loop on the dc. You can old the unused colour behind while you are working with the other and no need to bind off. Both colors will follow behind the pattern making it easy to switch between the two as needed. Just remember to keep the yarn behind on the wrong side of the pattern. If you notice you are starting to tangle your yarn, make sure you detangle after you finish each row or you could get yourself in to some trouble!"


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

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This looks like little dots of whip cream. Talk about a pillow with texture. I would not find this comfortable for use, but it sure would look nice on a side chair or sofa. I love the color the designer used.

I like this polka dot pillow, it's so beatiful. I want to do this in deep blue and white. red and white, or yellow and white. So cute!

This is a sweet little pillow, and a wonderful project for working on that Bobble Stitch AND some tapestry techniques at the same time since the Bobble yarn is carried along with the background. There arent any additional photos but the instructions are simple enough. Even the Bobble is simplified and only uses three stitches. This project has a plain back, but you could certainly just work the front twice.

I would not call this an easy pattern. I have little to no experience with the bobble stitch, but changing the colors along would make this pattern an intermediate, or that is what I think . I think this is a very unique design and I would love to have one but with all of the pillows I have, it would be nonsense to make any more. Saving the pattern though.

I think Easy is an okay designation. Easy doesn't necessarily mean Beginner. And I agree with you about having too many throw pillows. I put mine away for many years because my kids used to literally take the name for real.

Pillows are great to have from student dorm rooms to the living room sofa. This is a great pattern to make multiple pillows in lots of different colors. To save money you can always pick up pillows from your local Goodwill store or thrift shops.

Super cute pillow idea! A person could make many of these in a bunch of different coordinating colors to match the living room or bedroom. After reading over the pattern it appears pretty easy to do, and would make a great piece for an advanced beginner to expand his or her skills with following a pattern and color changing. Certainly much more interesting and fun other than a simple scarf!


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