How to Crochet the Mountain Pillow | Crochet Pillow Pattern – Oak and Willow LLC

How to Crochet the Mountain Pillow | Crochet Pillow Pattern

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The Mountain Pillow Crochet Pattern

A modern, color block, triangle pillow pattern

by Oak + Willow

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This blog post is all about how to crochet an easy crochet pillow.

This pillow pattern was designed to fit into any home decor. You can easily choose colors to match any room in your home: Use it in the nursery, bedroom, or living room. With it's fun color block design, the mountain pillow will be loved and used daily by your family!

Uses worsted weight yarnbeginner friendlyeasy, and modern design. You can make any color combination you'd like so it matches your home or even a friend's home.

I created this pillow design with the intention that you would choose your own beautiful color combinations to match your own style and home. I can't wait to see all of the amazing colors you choose!

Now for the pattern!

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MATERIALS

  • 1 skein each of medium weight yarn--6 colors (I used We Crochet Brava Worsted in the colors Black Brindle, Dublin, Peapod, Denim, and White)
  • Size J Crochet Hook (6mm)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Polyfill for the inside of your pillow

DIMENSIONS

  • 10" X 12"

ABBREVIATIONS

  • Ch -- Chain
  • Sc -- Single Crochet
  • Sc2tog -- Single Crochet 2 Stitches Together
  • Sl St -- Slip Stitch

GAUGE

  • 15 stitches & 17 rows of sc measures 4x4" square
  • If your gauge doesn't match mine, go up or down a hook size depending on your tension.

NOTES

  • CH 1 does count as the first SC in the row.
  • Each row will decrease by one stitch. See the chart on page 6 for a helpful breakdown of the rows by colors and you can color in your own pillow!.
  • Every color will be an 8 row section.

How To: SC2TOG

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Insert your hook into the next stitch and pull up a loop.

Insert your hook into the turning chain. (3 loops on hook).

Yarn over and pull through all 3 loops.

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PATTERN

(Make 2)

With 1st color (black), Ch 50.

 

Row 1 (Right Side): Sc in 3rd chain from the hook and in each chain across, turn. (49 sc)

Row 2-8: Ch 1 (does count as stitch), Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn. Join next color (brown) at the end of row 8.

Row 9-16: Ch 1, Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn. Join next color (dark green) at the end of row 16.

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Row 17-24: Ch 1, Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn. Join next color (light green) at the end of row 24.

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Row 25-32: Ch 1, Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn. Join next color (blue) at the end of row 8.

Row 33-40: Ch 1, Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn. Join next color (white) at the end of row 8.

Row 41-47: Ch 1, Skip the 1st stitch and sc into the next stitch. Sc across the row. In the last stitch and turning ch, sc2tog. Turn.

Row 48: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch here), sc2tog into the first stitch and the turning ch so that you have one stitch left.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

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ASSEMBLY

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With black yarn, make a slip knot on your hook. With right sides together, join yarn to the bottom right corner. Make 1 slip stitch.

Continue seaming the two panels together by slip stitching in each stitch across. In each corner, make 2 slip stitches.

Make sure to leave the bottom of the pillow cover open. You will have 2 sides slip stitched together. Leave a long end and cut your yarn. Pull through the last loop to secure.

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Now turn the pillow cover inside out so the right sides are now facing outward.

Stuff your pillow with polyfill. Using a yarn needle, whip stitch the bottom of the pillow closed.

Tie a knot and weave in the end to secure

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You have now finished making the The Mountain Pillow! Remember to tag me on Instagram @oakandwillowllc and use #oakandwillowllc and #mountainpillow so I can see your finished creations!!

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