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!
The star stitch is one of the prettiest patterns I've ever worked with. Although it looks complicated, it's actually an easy stitch to crochet once you know where to insert your hook. What is the star stitch? The star stitch (also known as the daisy stitch) is a crochet pattern constructed with single crochet and half double crochet stitches and simple 2-row repeat that creates a star pattern sequence on the right side of your work.
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.
Use the ever-stylish star stitch to take these Star Mittens from pattern to reality. This intermediate pattern is a great scrap yarn project that uses two colors, a main body color and a contrasting color for pattern stripes. Three sizes of this pattern are provided, toddler, medium adult and large adult, so you can work this pattern up for anyone in your family.
From the Blogger: These warm mittens are worked using the Star Stitch. No seam is created as you join at the end of each row. Thumb is worked after the main body of the mitten is completed. Cuff is stitched together or you could add a button/loop close instead.
The crochet pattern uses the double crochet stitch throughout and works up rather quickly. It has a lovely drape and texture. This blanket was made using a cotton yarn, which makes this light. Yet, it provides just the right amount of coverage for summer or any time of the year. Throughout this crochet pattern, you will be working in the round in a circular motion. This pattern adds stitches that help increase the size, yet keep the blanket laying flat. This star blanket is crocheted in a chevron style. When making the points to the star, stitches are added. On the other hand, in making the valleys of the star, stitches are skipped.