Scrap Yarn Crochet Pillow


This Free Crochet pattern teaches you to Crochet a scrap yarn pillow. For this pillow we are using the Birds of a Feather Stitch.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Well, perhaps the blogger removed the pattern or the page is gone altogether. I tried three times and there is an error on the page. The pillow covers seems fun, though. Maybe by looking at them I can come up with my own similar idea to use up my stash. However, I think I'd prefer to use newly purchased yarn with specific colors of my choice -)

My family jokes me all the time about my love of pillows. I like to crochet pillow covers because it does not take too long to complete a project and I love that. Being able to change covers is so cool and now it is getting really hard to keep up with all the covers.

Even if you do not have scrap yarn these are too adorable. If you take a look at the directions you will see that the designer posted the directions in both left and right hand versions. The skill level is easy so I am sure that there will be a lot of new pillows gracing sofas in the near future.

I absolutely love the look of these pillows. They remind me of Fair Isle work, and even though they look incredibly complicated, its actually achieved by a set of alternating rows of stitches you probably already know. Theres an instructional video for both right and left handers as well as written instructions. Plenty of photos, too. If youre still a little intimidated, why not work up a small sample swatch like I did? It really is easier than it looks.

I have a bunch of scrap yarn left over from previous projects. I like the concept of this scrap yarn pillow. Great way to help me get rid of a bunch of yarn that has been lying around forever. This is a new stitch pattern and a new concept for me. Kudos to the designer for this.

I have so much scrap yarn and this is a great way to use it. I have never done this stitch before and I like the fact that there are photos in the directions. It really clarifies the process. I have just moved and need to make pillows to decorate my new couch and window seat. This pattern is perfect to bring all the different colors in. Thank you.

This is a great stash buster pattern. I like that the designer takes time to explain the stitch pattern, it is new to me so having the photos and instructions helps me see what to do. I think you could combine whatever complimentary colors you wanted for the pillow and it would look great.

Neat idea for the basement rec room or the "Man Cave". She did a nice job explaining the pattern in great detail for beginners, and I appreciate that. Even though I am not a beginner myself, sometimes I like the extra touch of the step by step photos so I can envision what my fingers are supposed to be working.

I haven't been crocheting long but have already collected quite a few scraps that I'm looking forward to using in these pillows. If you want scraps and don't have any on hand I've often found yarn at my local charity shops. You might try your local ones. The "birds of a feather" stitch will be a new one for me and increase my repertoire!

This cushion pattern is so clever! I love the birds of a feather stitch and it is much easier than it sounds. I have a chaise longue in the ante room to our main bathroom and have decorated it with these cushions as well as the more neutral one at the following link and it looks so lovely https// == -Crochet-Basket-Premier-Yarns

This is a great pillow pattern. You could use up your scraps to make a wild and crazy pattern to the fabric or you could buy yourself some pretty self striping yarn to save yourself the trouble of weaving in a hundred ends, which I know we all hate to do!

Easy and very pretty!


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