Tapestry Circles Crochet Pillow


Tapestry Circles Crochet Pillow

Tapestry Circles Crochet Pillow
Tapestry Circles Crochet Pillow

If your office looks a little dreary and you know how to crochet a pillow, then consider adding some color and comfort to your workspace by creating the Tapestry Circles Crochet Pillow. The pillow features an assortment of bold, vibrant colors in a whimsical design and will be the complement you need for your office furniture. The crochet pillow is large enough to place on the back of your office chair; if you’d prefer, you can also bring it with on long car rides. Although you might want a pillow for your own use, consider making extras for gifts.

NotesThe blogger notes you can use your own color combination for this pattern.


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size17 ½ inches x 17 ½ inches

Materials List

  • Yarn in 10 shades, and one skein of each shade (blogger used Stone Washed by Scheepjes in shades 802, 820, 816, 815, 806, 817, 808, 813, 805 and 801)
  • 3.25 mm crochet hook
  • One zip
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

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I greatly appreciate the link to the photo tutorial for tapestry crochet. I have seen a few patterns for such a technique and honestly just bypassed them for no particular reason. The appearance of the pillow really caught my eye as it is not "typical" and now I am really interested in tapestry crochet

It appears that tapestry crochet could be the new thing this year. I think that learning new techniques is great if you want to be able to create new and fabulous crochet items. I am sure I will have to make a couple or more of the swatches before I feel comfortable enough to jump into a project like this but I am excited to learn something new.

I have very mixed feelings about this deceptively simple looking pattern. Ive done a fair amount of tapestry work so I know whats involved, and the most difficult thing about this project would be following the number of stitches per row. What puts me off is using a D size hook. To me, that means this project would take a considerable amount of time to work. Im not sure I like the design well enough to invest the time.


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