Crocheting a pillow is an easy way to bring color to your favorite reading nook, sunny couch spot or your comfy bed. It’s also a chance to practice stitches and experiment with colors and textures in a new way without taking on a project that’s too large. No matter what your reason for starting a new pillow, these patterns will be instant classics in your home.
The Rhea Pillow was designed to display the beauty of its stitches with super-bulky yarn that helps the stitch stand out. Complete your pillow design with a pom pom edging for a fun and funky twist. Read More
Add a piece of desert décor to your living room with this charming pillow inspired by the Prickly pear cactus. Don’t worry; this Prickly Pear Cactus is quite soft! This adorable pillow pattern involves some simple embroidery and tassel making, but it’s not as hard as it looks! Read More
Using eight fruit-inspired colorways, this pillow comes to life to bring cheerful hues into your home. Follow the color sequence below or choose your own mix of colors to create a pillow that’s definitely a keeper. Read More
Dress up a standard pillow with this bow pillow case. The middle band cinches up the pillow and the entire case is removable for easy cleaning. It’s a big statement piece that will pretty up any bed. Read More
Unique cables grace the front and back of this throw pillow for a trendy yet classic addition to your home. Worked in two pieces and joined at the end, this intermediate pattern is a great way to get used to working with front post double crochet. Read More