Artistic Pillows – Free Crochet Patterns
The amazing authors we are writing about today have transformed mandalas into beautiful crochet pillows. Isn’t it such an exciting idea? If you are a fan of circular, decorative, richly patterned mandalas, you are certainly going to love this selection of patterns. The abundance of stitches and colors will make your head spin, in a good way! Decorate your house with Artistic Pillows this season, your guests will be so impressed! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Bubbly Dreams Pillows and Stylish Crochet Cushions.
Wildflower Cushion Block Crochet Pattern
Do you feel like letting your creative spirit free? Obviously! This pattern by brilliant Jen Tyler will wake up your inner artist. Use your amazing crochet skills to create a colorful mandala and transform it into a decorative pillow. It is not as difficult as it sounds, without a doubt!
Level: intermediate Author: Jen Tyler
The original pattern and the photos are on Hooks’n’Tales. More info on Ravelry.
Puff Stitch Round Pillows Free Crochet Pattern
These amazing Puff Stitch Round Pillows will brighten up any apartment! Place them on the sofa in your living room or adorn your king-size bed and transform your bedroom. The concept is so easy! Make two lovely puffy mandalas, join them together and add a beautiful edging. It’s surely a great project for those of you who know how to crochet in rounds and want to play with puff stitch!
Level: intermediate Author: Terry Day
The original pattern is on Red Heart. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.
Round Granny Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
Oh, colorful granny pillows are such timeless classics! However, we have not seen a pattern like this one for quite a long time. This is why we were even more happy to come upon this gem designed by Annemarie Benthem! Will you try it?
Level: beginner Author: Annemarie Benthem
The original pattern and the photos are on AnneMarie’s Haak Blog. More info on Ravelry.
these are very beautifull i like them very much