Pillows

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!


Persian Bazaar Pillow

The smell of spices and bustling activity of a Persian bazaar all come to life in the form of this traditionally styled pillow. Born of appreciation for bold colors and textures, this one-of-a-kind pillow cover captures a radiating energy that’s perfect for starting your morning off on the right foot.

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Retro Flower Cushion

Spice up that drab sofa in no time with the brightly-colored Retro Flower Cushion. It uses only two motifs, each made in two sizes. The main leaf motif uses the five basic crochet stitches, so it’s ideal for a group or teaching project or for a crochet novice.

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Song of the Sea Pillow

Take the sea’s beauty into your home by crocheting up this adorable pillow. Featuring a gentle wave pattern using blue tones to represent sea water lapping against the yellow sands coastline, this unique piece will fit effortlessly into your home décor.  

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Pacific Coast Pillow

Using basic stitches and thick blanket yarn, this pillow works up quickly and adds a touch of the sea to any home décor. Using shades of blue yarn topped with rows of white, this precious pillow effortlessly mimics crests of waves near the shoreline.  

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The Pineapple Tunisian Pillow

The Pineapple Tunisian Pillow takes its inspiration from Aran cables, creating an interesting texture with a knit like appearance. The back of the pillow is plain tunisian and the top is closed with a zipper closure for easy cleaning. Need help mastering the tunisian crochet cables featured in this pattern? Check out the step-by-step tutorial on the next page.

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Boogie Woogie Pillow

Inspired by Mondrian’s “Broadway Boogie Woogie” painting, this pillow is also playful and light in spirit because of the color choices Mondrian made. Instead of using black, he used white and when combined with a few bright colors, the composition becomes a little slice of happy.

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