The Spring Butterfly Pillow is sure to brighten up any room! This beautiful spring pillow pattern makes a perfectly sized throw pillow for a couch, chair, or bed. The front of this pillow is worked up in intarsia crochet following a graph. The back of the pillow is done in rows of SC stitches with the option of forming stripes. For this project, you'll need a 4mm crochet hook, #4 worsted-weight yarn, a 14"x14" pillow form (or stuffing), and a yarn needle. This free crochet pattern includes detailed instructions and graphs to help you make your own Spring Butterfly Pillow. I hope you enjoy working up this pattern!
Kids (and grown-ups!) love the fantasy of unicorns, so why not crochet one for your wall? This abstract unicorn wall hanging combines several techniques to make a hoop with three-dimensional elements. A rainbow of flowers and fringe really finish the look, whether you choose brights or pastels!
Next, do you have a unicorn fan in the house? Well, if you do, this project is truly for her and you will definitely hit the soft, magical, rainbow-colored spot with it.
When you're little you can never have too many sweet, snuggly friends. Especially when it comes to bedtime. If your child has trouble falling asleep, the Sleepy Bear Pillow is the perfect companion. This cozy crochet pillow is the perfect crossover between a pillow and a stuffed animal. The base of the Sleepy Bear Pillow is made from a round cushion case, crocheted in grey. Then, with two little ears added on top, a cream-colored snout, and some sweet embroidery on the face, your sleepy bear friend can really come to life.
Chunky yarn will create a soft and squishy pillow that you can personalize with your favorite colors. This unicorn cushion features a colorful curly mane and deep black eyes that melt our hearts. It will make such a magical gift!
Designed by Gina Rahman