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Flowers Dream Pillows Free Crochet Pattern

Let's dive into the world of crochet and let your imagination bloom with my Flowers Dream pillow patterns. It makes a beautiful touch to your home decor and keeps the spring/summer vibes. This pattern is perfect for all beginners and those who wants to learn how to crochet a colour work. These pillows are made in double crochet only and the pattern is easy to follow.






Crochet Flowers Dream Pillows Pattern


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Before we get into the actual pattern I also created the Ultimate Crochet Hack Sheet! It's 2 pages with basic crochet abbreviations and symbols, hook sizes in US and UK version, all the yarn types (with recommended hooks and projects) etc. Feel free to click on the pic or a link to my Etsy shop where you can find more details.


Crochet Hack Sheet



Pillow 1

Materials:

Yarn - Loops and Threads - Impeccable (4.5oz/127.5g, 285 yd/260m), Worsted/Medium 4

Colour A - White - approx. usage - 309m/189g

Colour B - Lavender - approx. usage - 41m/20g

Colour C - Gold - approx. usage - 49m/24g

Colour D - Walnut - approx. usage - 6m/3g

Hooks - 6mm / J-10

Scissors, Yarn Needle




Pillow 2

Materials:

Yarn - Loops and Threads - Impeccable (4.5oz/127.5g, 285 yd/260m), Worsted/Medium 4

Colour A - White - approx. usage - 315m/193g

Colour B - Fern - approx. usage - 41m/20g

Colour C - Apricot - approx. usage - 43m/21g

Colour D - Walnut - approx. usage - 6m/3g

Hooks - 6mm / J-10

Scissors, Yarn Needle


Pillow 1 & 2

Gauge

12sts x 7rows = 4” x 4”, 10cm x 10cm


Final measurements of the pillows

16" x 18" (fits 16" square pillow with overlapping in the back)



NOTES:

  • Pins, paper clips, clothes pins are highly recommended for this project

  • Every row ends with turning ch 2. It counts as a first DC of the next row.

  • This pattern is all in DC so as you can see on my spreadsheet there are only numbers under the column of the yarn colour. I find this helpful as you can make your own notes where you just left and you can easily continue when you get back to it. 

  • I don’t carry any yarn colour unless it’s for a few stitches when I need to switch the colours.

  • Don't forget to make your last DC of the each row into the last stitch (top second ch)


Abbreviations:

Ch - chain

FDC - foundation double crochet

St - stitch 

DC - double crochet





0:00 - Introduction

0:25 - About colour work

7:19 - What you need for this pattern

8:37 - How to foundation chain + first row

16:56 - How to foundation double crochet

25:40 - How to make an invisible knot

27:36 - Row 10 - How to join new colour, how to use pins

33:57 - Row 11 - How to switch colours, how to hide a string when switching colours, weaving the ends

49:24 - How to switch colours at the end of the row

56:19 - Row 23

1:00:07 - How to seam pillow cases

1:10:26 - Fringe




Directions for Pillow 1 & 2

The beginning of both pillows are the same. Scroll down for two separate directions for each pillow.


Foundation DC - 48A, Ch 2 (counts as a first DC for the next row), Turn ( counts as a first row) YouTube video tutorial 16:56

or

ch 49A (DC into the 3rd ch from the hook), DC in every ch until the end of the row (you should have 48DC in colour A. Ch 2. Turn. Continue with ROW 2 YouTube video tutorial 8:37



Pillow 1

Crochet Flowers Dream Pillow

ROW 1 - ROW 9 - 48A

ROW 10 - 7A, 5B, 36A

ROW 11 - 35A, 7B, 6A

ROW 12 - 6A, 8B, 34A

ROW 13 - 34A, 9B, 5A

ROW 14 - 5A, 9B, 3A, 5B, 26A

ROW 15 - 25A, 8B, 1A, 8B, 4A, 2B

ROW 16 - 4B, 2A, 7B, 1A, 10B, 24A

ROW 17 - 25A, 23B



ROW 18 - 7B, 4D, 11B, 26A

ROW 19 - 28A, 8B, 6D, 6B

ROW 20 - 2A, 4B, 6D, 4B, 32A

ROW 21 - 30A, 6B, 6D, 6B

ROW 22 - 7B, 4D, 11B, 26A

ROW 23 - 23A, 13B, 1A, 5B, 1A, 5B

ROW 24 - 4B, 1A, 7B, 1A, 13B, 22A

ROW 25 - 22A, 12B, 2A, 7B, 2A, 3B



ROW 26 - 2B, 2A, 9B, 2A, 10B, 23A

ROW 27 - 25A, 5B, 5A, 9B, 4A

ROW 28 - 5A, 8B, 35A

ROW 29 - 35A, 8B, 5A

ROW 30 - 6A, 5B, 37A

ROW 31 - 38A, 3B, 7A

ROW 32 - 48A

ROW 33 - 16A, 5C, 27A



ROW 34 - 26A, 7C, 15A

ROW 35 - 14A, 8C, 26A

ROW 36 - 25A, 9C, 14A

ROW 37 - 6A, 5C, 3A, 9C, 5A, 6C, 14A

ROW 38 - 13A, 9C, 4A, 8C, 1A, 8C, 5A

ROW 39 - 4A, 10C, 1A, 7C, 2A, 11C, 13A

ROW 40 - 14A, 29C, 5A

ROW 41 - 6A, 11C, 4D, 11C, 16A

ROW 42 - 18A, 8C, 6D, 8C, 8A

ROW 43 - 12A, 4C, 6D, 4C, 22A



ROW 44 - 19A, 7C, 6D, 6C, 10A

ROW 45 - 6A, 11C, 4D, 10C, 17A

ROW 46 - 15A, 10C, 1A, 5C, 1A, 13C, 3A

ROW 47 - 2A, 13C, 1A, 7C, 1A, 10C, 14A

ROW 48 - 13A, 10C, 2A, 7C, 2A, 12C, 2A

ROW 49 - 3A, 10C, 2A, 9C, 2A, 9C, 13A

ROW 50 - 14A, 6C, 4A, 9C, 5A, 5C, 5A

ROW 51 - 15A, 8C, 7A, 3C, 15A

ROW 52 - 25A, 8C, 15A

ROW 53 - 17A, 5C, 26A

ROW 54 - 27A, 3C, 18A

ROW 55 - ROW 63 - 48A



Pillow 2


Crochet Flowers Dream Pillow

ROW 1 - ROW 13 - 48A

ROW 14 - 34A, 5B, 9A

ROW 15 - 8A, 7B, 33A

ROW 16 - 33A, 8B, 7A

ROW 17 - A, 9B, 32A

ROW 18 - 21A, 6B, 5A, 9B, 3A, 4B

ROW 19 - 6B, 1A, 8B, 4A, 9B, 20A

ROW 20 - 20A, 11B, 2A, 7B, 1A, 7B

ROW 21 - 27B, 21A



ROW 22 - 23A, 11B, 4D, 10B

ROW 23 - 1A, 8B, 6D, 8B, 25A

ROW 25 - 3A, 6B, 6D, 7B, 26A

ROW 26 - 24A, 10B, 4D, 10B

ROW 27 - 9B, 1A, 5B, 1A, 10B, 22A

ROW 28 - 21A, 10B, 1A, 7B, 1A, 8B

ROW 29 - 7B, 2A, 7B, 2A, 10B, 20A

ROW 30 - 20A, 9B, 2A, 9B, 2A, 6B



ROW 31 - 3B, 5A, 9B, 4A, 6B, 21A

ROW 32 - 22A, 3B, 7A, 8B, 8A

ROW 34 - 6A, 8C, 19A, 5B, 10A

ROW 35 - 11A, 3B, 20A, 8C, 6A

ROW 36 - 5A, 10B, 33A

ROW 37 - 27A, 3C, 3A, 10C, 5A

ROW 38 - 2C, 3A, 9C, 2A, 7C, 25A

ROW 39 - 25A, 8C, 2A, 7C, 2A, 4C

ROW 40 - 5C, 2A, 6C, 1A, 9C, 25A



ROW 41 - 26A, 14C, 1A, 7C

ROW 42 - 9C, 3D, 8C, 28A

ROW 43 - 32A, 3C, 5D, 3C, 5A

ROW 44 - 9C, 3D, 3C, 33A

ROW 45 - 25A, 23C

ROW 46 - 7C, 1A, 17C, 23A

ROW 47 - 22A, 13C, 1A, 4C, 3A, 5C

ROW 48 - 5C, 2A, 5C, 2A, 12C, 22A

ROW 49 - 23A, 9C, 4A, 5C, 4A, 3C



ROW 50 - 6A, 7C, 5A, 6C, 24A

ROW 51 - 34A, 9C, 5A

ROW 52 - 5A, 9C, 34A

ROW 53 - 35A, 8C, 5A

ROW 54 - 6A, 7C, 35A

ROW 55 - 36A, 5C, 7A

ROW 56 - ROW 63 - 48A



How to seam the pillow cases

Grab the pillow filling (16” x 16”) and your crocheted pillow case and arrange it as you’d like. I tried to make the both flowers visible. YouTube video tutorial 1:00:07

Crochet Flowers Dream Pillow Case

Then turn the pillow so you can see its back. Overlap 4 rows, align it and secure it with your stitch markers. Now it’s time to sew the sides together.




How to attach fringe

For these pillows I decided to make the fringe for each corner. YouTube video tutorial 1:10:26


Grab any colour you’d like. I picked Blue Moon. Then find any object like a book, tablet, anything that you like the length of it and wrap the yarn around it. I end up with 40x 14” strings for one corner. 






Then pull through the corner whole bunch of strings, fold them on half and with a string fasten it 1-2” under the folded part. For better look cut the ends to make the ends nicely straight.






Ta-Da! Your Flowers Dream Pillow cases are done!





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