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Tassel Waterfall Crochet Pillow

By: Alexis Middleton from
Tassel Waterfall Crochet Pillow
Tassel Waterfall Crochet Pillow
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The Tassel Waterfall Crochet Pillow uses a unique method called woven crochet, which combines a large crochet mesh with woven strands of yarn to create the interlocking pattern. The abundance of tassels tumble over each other like a waterfall, giving the crochet cushion pattern a lively personality. You can choose to crochet the back of the pillow or buy a fabric piece to sew on. This is an easy crochet pattern despite the unusual weaving, which makes this a great new style to try without pulling your hair out. Add this to your bed, couch, or armchair, and you will have a comfortable and beautiful decorative addition to your home.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted Weight Yarn (Shown here: Red Heart Soft Yarn in Charcoal, Light Gray Heather, Deep Sea, and Seafoam)
  • Size I (5.50mm) Crochet Hook
  • Plastic Yarn Needle
  • 18 inch Pillow Form
  • 1/4 Yard Coordinating Fabric for Pillow Back
  • Sewing machine
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This Tassel Waterfall pillow is so adorable. It's nice to use this pattern to cover the throw pillow on the living room sofa. Will look great in other colors, too.

This pillow is amazing! Its so different from all the others Ive seen. I already have some experience with weaving through crochet fabric as this is the technique used for some plaid projects. Wouldnt these look fantastic in Christmas colors? Or how about team colors for a teens bedroom? I would love to see some exotic yarns as part of the woven section. I just love projects with multiple possibilities!

This is what I like to call not crochet (well, it is) but...fiber art! She fuses weaving and crochet into one beautiful art project that is so easy on the eyes. Seems easy enough but it does have a lot of steps to follow, aided by plenty of pictures.


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