I personally think, that I can never have enough decorative pillows, because they add such beauty and freshness to the room! I absolutely love having different pillows standing next to each other – it looks eclectic, fashionable and fun. These amazing floral cushions you’ll find in this post are not only beautiful, but also very comfy, soft and don’t require much work. You can place them for instance in your bedroom, living room, nursery – it’s totally up to you. And above all, they are much cheaper than the ones you can buy in a furniture shop!
Blooming Flower Cushion(s)
- Designed by Lucy of Attic24
These beautiful cushions are really fun to make and they add a splash of vibrant colors to your room. You can put them for instance on your bed. Feel free to make it bigger or smaller, the size is really easily adjustable.
PHOTOS by -tangledYARNS- / Ravelry.com
Pink Ombre Pops Pillow
- Designed by Maggie Trunkhill
This beautiful pink ombre pillow is composed from a huge granny square, that uses a popcorn stitch in the center. That stitch creates a beautiful flowery effect, that imitates flower petals perfectly. It will fit a 14 by 14 inch pillow insert.
PHOTOS by Maggie Trunkhill / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
- Designed by Carmen Heffernan
I love how boho and romantic this pillow looks. Literally like from an old movie! What’s more, these flowers make it really stand out, right? They look embroidered, but in reality they’re crocheted to the finished cushion.
PHOTOS by Carmen Heffernan / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Pippin Poppycock
This lovely cushion is a 16 inches round pattern, that’s inspired by the earliest and best preserved mosaic monuments, which can be seen in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia in Ravenna, Italy. And i must admit, that it truly looks like a stained glass.
PHOTOS by yarnchitect-89 / Ravelry.com
Cheery Fair Isle Pillow
- Designed by Jenn Palmer
It’s really hard to believe that this pillow is crocheted, because it does look like it’s knitted! What’s more, it’s a great pattern for beginners, as it uses single crochet stitch and basic color work, that’s so simple to achieve and play with!
PHOTOS by Jenn Palmer / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
In Bloom CAL Crochet Floral Cushions
- Designed by Milo Crochet
I love how intricate and exotic these pillows looks, therefore they will beautifully brighten up your living room and make your home decor more consistent. In conclusion, it’s a wonderful decoration and a gift idea!
PHOTOS by Milo Crochet / Ravelry.com
Millefiori Crochet Floral Cushion
- Designed by Miriam van de Bilt
This stunning, hexagon cushion is a little bit 60’s, isn’t it? The combination of lovely, vibrant colors with the clear, sharp edges makes the whole pillow really original, therefore perfect to embellish your couch or armchair.
PHOTOS by Miriam van de Bilt / Ravelry.com
Dahlia Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Sylwia Kawczyńska
This design looks like a print, right? In reality, it’s just crochet and beginner friendly. How amazing is that? It’s a soft pillow, that will look great in any color combination you want! I have to try this one, I hope you’ll too!
PHOTOS by Sylwia Kawczyńska / Ravelry.com
Big Bloom Block & Pillow Crochet Floral Cushions
- Designed by Lion Brand Yarn
This cute project is so full of life, therefore perfect to embellish your home on spring and summer time. You can go for different colors if you like. First you have to make the squares and then you can sew the fluffy flowers on. Adorable!
PHOTOS by Lion Brand Yarn / Ravelry.com
Something Pretty Crochet Floral Cushions
- Designed by Millie Makes
I absolutely love how fluffy and lightweight this project is. And above all, you don’t have to make a pillow from this project, instead, you can go for a blanket, bed spread, or even a table runner. So universal!
PHOTOS by Millie Makes / Ravelry.com