Trusty Tunisian Pillow | Free Crochet Pattern


This squishy pillow is the perfect addition to any bedroom or living area! It is SO soft with the velvet yarn, but it would also be gorgeous in another yarn. Have fun with this simple tunisian stitch and beginner-friendly design!



Materials

  • 2 skeins of Bernat Baby Velvet yarn, or approximately 250 yards of another comparable worsted weight yarn. Sample uses Baby Velvet in the colorway Fairy Lavender

  • 6.5mm tunisian crochet hook

  • Scissors and a yarn needle


Gauge

I recommend checking your gauge to ensure the pillow will be the intended size.


5 stitches and 4 rows = 2 inches in tunisian simple stitch


Abbreviations

ch: chain

ea: each

yo: yarn over

sc: single crochet

fp: forward pass

rp: return pass

f/o: finish off

st(s): stitch(es)

slst: slip stitch


Helpful Tutorial

Tunisian Simple Stitch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7VPYrJ6Q-s


Pattern Notes

  • This pillow is created by crocheting two identical panels then attaching them together using the standard single crochet stitch.

  • When finished, this pillow measures 14” square. Keep in mind that it is designed to fit around a 14” pillow form, but it will be a snug fit. If you’d like a less-snug fit, simply chain more foundation stitches and work until each piece is a square.


Pattern

Ch 35

Row 1

fp: *insert hook into the ch, yo, pull up a loop* in ea st across

rp: yo, pull through one, *yo pull through two loops* across

Rows 2-27 (or until square)

fp: *insert hook through vertical bar, yo, pull up a loop* across

rp: yo, pull through one, *yo, pull through two loops* across


Proceed to Joining Instructions


Joining

Hold the two panels together with the right sides (vertical bars) facing out. Sc around the entire piece, and remember to insert the pillow form before fully seaming. Work 3 sts in ea corner. Slst to the first st to join.


Finishing

Pull through the last st, cut yarn, and weave in any ends.


I’d love to see your cute new pillow! Share on Instagram with the #thegracefultangle and tag @thegracefultangle, and/or share in our Facebook group here.


I hope you enjoyed following this pattern! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send an email to thegracefultangle@gmail.com. Don't forget to follow along on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook and to stay in the loop!


Until next time,

Amy Kate


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