As a feature pillow that brightens up the room, the Grapevine pillow uses the most basic of stitches and one special stitch to create little triangle drops of interest. Using my colours or with your own gradient, your pillow will be an absolute eyecatcher!
Advanced Beginner. You’ve mastered the basic stitches such as chains and double crochets and you know how to join colours and fasten off. You’re looking to expand your stitch knowledge with more interesting stitches. You are looking for a pattern with tutorials, and perhaps a simple crochet diagram to practice.
3.5mm (US size E/4)
Fits 65 x 40cm pillow (25½ x 15¾in)
- bobble: bobble: (yarn over, insert hook in st, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over, pull through first two loops) 6x in same st, yarn over, pull through all loops on hook. Bobble appears on WS.
- cc: colour change: to change colour, finish stitch before indicated colour change until the last yarnover. Instead, take a strand of the new colour on your hook and yarn over in that colour. You now have a finished stitch in the old colour, and a loop on your hook in the new colour.
- ch: chain
- hdc: half double crochet
- rev bobble: reverse bobble: just like regular bobble, only when finishing up the stitch push the bobble to the RS of your work instead of WS.
- RS: right side
- ss: slip stitch
- st(s): stitch(es)
- WS: wrong side
The product you make following this pattern is yours and you are free to sell the product in small quantities, as long as you credit Haak Maar Raak as the original designer. Please do not reproduce, share or copy the pattern, full or in part, in any way.
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