Add a southwestern inspired style for your home. One cake of self-striping yarn creates impressive colorwork that’s much easier than it looks!View Project
Crochet pillow patterns are a great way to add some extra style to your couch, chair or bed, and they’re so easy to make! The best thing about these pillows is that they all vary in style and difficulty – find super easy designs in solid colors as well as more complex stitch patterns in varying hues.
Crochet pillow designs are the perfect home decor piece: they’re small and quick to work up, and they can be seasonal or more permanent, depending on your style. See how quickly you can crochet a pillow and then make one for every holiday… or at least for every season!
These crochet pillow designs are a way to refresh your living room decor without spending a fortune – so take a look and get hooking!
Update your home décor with these trendy, tie-dyed pillows. Using only simple household supplies, you can dye your own unique pillows in an hour or less. Can you believe all these pillows were dyed using the same black food coloring? Differences in the final result were achieved through several tie-dying techniques and the use of two different yarns: 100% superwash wool and an acrylic/wool blend. Food dyes react with any animal fibers and having a blend of animal and man-made fibers can give a different color saturation or a slightly different hue to the finished product. Experiment with different dyes or yarn choices to create a unique, custom palette for your home.View Project
Simple single crochet stitches make this an attainable pillow pattern for any crocheter. An envelope-style flap is adorned with a layer of tassels with a surprise layer of fringe underneath for a textured and boho pillow that’s perfect for summer.View Project
What’s not to love about a snuggly pillow in some super-soft yarn? This 12 x 16 pillow is a great accent piece to add to any piece of furniture in your home. Practice your tapestry crochet skills with this fun piece.View Project
Give your home some modern, minimalist style this set inspired by the free-spirited mountain town of Durango, Colorado. Colorful single crochet stitches through the front loop create a woven-like textile that’s simple but beautiful. And if you’re still not convinced this needs to be your next project: there’s no need to weave in ends! Because the yarn can be cut at each color change and knotted at the back of the work and sewn inside the finished pillow, there’s no need to carry colors or weave in ends!View Project
Admire the wild rose from inside your home with this clever crochet pattern. The front of the pillow is created in single crochet from a chart, which then serves as a guide to outline and fill in each leaf and petal shape with surface crochet slip stitching. The pillow back is a modern stripe pattern that complements any décor.View Project
This beginner friendly crochet pattern is made with Lion Brand Mandala yarn, which is perfect for creating an interesting chevron because you don’t have to cut the yarn or weave in many ends. Better yet, the yarn is tripled to create quicker color changes for an absolutely stunning project. Showcase the entire color range of one yarn cake on each side of your crochet pillow.View Project
Add some beauty to your home with this classic crochet pillow. Create a dramatic visual effect easily by varying two different types of stitches. We promise, it’s not as complicated as it looks! Plus, this pillow requires no shaping, which means it’s the perfect opportunity to practice a new stitch with success.View Project
Laila is a good introduction to the C2C stitch pattern with just enough color changes to really get the hang of this stitch. The Hygge yarn is a dream to work with, so soft and yet sturdy. The overall design is fairly easy and quick to make.View Project
This classic pillow in a braided pattern is reminiscent of vintage velvet tuck pillows. This elegant take on a classic is stunning in bottle green, but would look wonderful in other gemstone colors like ruby or sapphire.View Project