I’m so happy to be back with a new post: Crochet Throw Pillow, a free crochet pattern.
You can find the free crochet pattern for this throw pillow by scrolling down, or you can purchase a PDF version here: Throw Pillow Pattern PDF
I’ve been working on this pattern for quite some time. But because I was in the middle of doing paperwork for moving, and later focused on the move itself, not to mention the days without computer/internet access. This pattern took a little longer than usual to be released.
I even took the photos on my late home, but now I am releasing the pattern in my new home, feeling just a bit homesick and missing that house.
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I designed this crochet throw pillow to resemble those sold in luxury home decor styles.
I really love home decor, and I want my home to look cozy, and beautiful, but I also love to make and create, so when possible I like to make my own home decor.
I’m sure you’re just the same, and love some good DIY home decor projects, and that’s why you’re here to check my crochet pattern.
Bring your home decor to the next level with these super trendy fringe pillows. The highlight of these pillows are 2 rows of fringe, super easy and affordable to make, but with the luxury look of an expensive store bought pillow.
If you need some help with this pattern don’t forget to check the video tutorial here: Crochet throw pillow tutorial
Crochet Fringe Throw Pillow Free Pattern Information:
Skill level: Beginner
Gauge: 12 sts and 15 rows in single crochet = 4” (10 cm)
Stitches used and abbreviations:
St = Stitch(es)
Finished Measurement: 18 by 18 in (46 by 46 cm)
Yarn: Lion Brand Rewind (70% Polyester, 30% Viscose; 3.5 oz/ 100g – 242 yd/221 m – bulky weight #5): Moto Jacket Colorway 150, 3 balls
Yardage: 726 yards (663 m)
Yarn needle (to sew edges, weave in ends, and sew zipper)
Crochet Throw Pillow Free Pattern:
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc to end of row. (54 sts)
Row 2: Ch1, sc to end of row.
Rows 3 to 66: Repeat row 2.
Repeat instructions to make back panel.
Block to measurements.
Adding Fringe to Front Panel & Finishing:
Measure 6 inches (15.2 cm) from starting edge, and place a stitch marker on both corners to mark first fringe line.
Measure 12 inches ( 30.4 cm) from starting edge, and place a stitch marker on both corners to mark second fringe line.
Cut yarn to create fringe (about 8 inches/20 cm each strand). With help of your crochet hook, add fringe to the front panel of your pillow, on the rows marked with the stitch markers.
Sew or crochet 3 edges of your pillow cover. Leaving a temporary opening to place pillow form inside the cover. If desired add a zipper to 4th edge of pillow cover.
Insert pillow form. Sew or crochet open edge, or close zipper if one was sewed.
Don’t forget the video tutorial: Crochet throw pillow tutorial