Decorative crochet pillows really set up the whole atmosphere of your living room and bedroom, because they add such beauty and freshness to the room! I really enjoy surrounding myself with lots of different pillows in all kids of designs, because they make the room look fashionable and eclectic. These amazing bobble pillows not only look great, but are very comfy and soft, in other words – perfect for an afternoon nap. And above all, they are much cheaper than the ones you can buy in a furniture shop! I will definitely try these projects and I hope you’ll too!
I absolutely love the texture of this pillow – it’s so fun and squishy! Moreover, you can easily adjust the size of it by simply counting 4 single crochet for an inch. If you like the structure, you can also repeat this pattern on a blanket and many other projects!
Texturific Twist Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
This stunning, bobble cushion is so modern and beautiful I’m sure I’ll try to make it and I hope you will too. Above all, it’s a simple, but very impressive pattern, that will embellish your home decor with simple elegance and classic design.
Sandy Bobble Throw Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
It’s a classic bobble pillow, that looks just great and will be a fantastic addition to your couch or chair. The material is really soft and squishy, therefore perfect to rest on it after a long day at work. I love it!
Bobble and Fringe Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
Fringes and bobbles look amazing together and they’re the perfect combination of casual elegance and modern style. In conclusion, they will look incredible on your couch and are really simple and fast to make. I myself have couple of these and I must admit – they’re breathtaking!
Bobble-Wobble Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
I love how cute these sweet bobbles look, they are incredibly decorative, therefore perfect to add some amazing design into your home. And above all, you can repeat this pattern on many other projects, like blankets, wraps, clothes, etc.
Bobbles of Fun Cushion cover
- DESIGNED by Heather Firby
Bobble pillows are just the best, right? I love how much texture they add to a project, so they are super soft and nice in touch (and let’s not forget how incredible they look!). Each row should have about 20 bobbles, that you can make in any color combination you like!
PHOTOS by Heather Firby / ravelry.com
Rainbow Bobble Pillow
- DESIGNED by Cintia Gonzalez
This beautiful, rectangular crochet pillow in the pictures below features rainbow stripe bobble feature, which makes it so eye catching and stylish! What’s more, the pattern is perfect for beginner, so don’t worry if you’re just starting out! The finished size is 35cm/14″ high and 48cm / 19” wide.
PHOTOS by Cintia Gonzalez / ravelry.com
Snowberry Cushion Cover
- DESIGNED by K.A.M.E. Crochet
Even though this cushion in the pictures looks perfect for winter time, but you can so easily adjust it to be more vibrant and suitable for spring! This cushion is perfect to snuggle up with a blankie and your favorite tea! Homemade pillow really are a great addition to your room!
PHOTOS by K.A.M.E. Crochet / ravelry.com
- DESIGNED by Ilaria Caliri (aka airali)
This fantastic crochet cushion in the pictures below was made by Ilaria Caliri (aka airali) and it’s such an amazing project, that will make your living room or bedroom look so stylish and elegant! The finished size is a 20″ square.
PHOTOS by Ilaria Caliri (aka airali) / ravelry.com
Oak apples pillow
- DESIGNED by Andrea Cretu
Make a soft and very velvety pillow with playful bobbles, using Tunisian crochet stitches and the very quick-working baby chenille yarn. Chenille yarn is a very velvety and soft yarn, that’s very nice in touch, if you’ve never tried it, make sure to give it a go!
PHOTOS by Andrea Cretu / ravelry.com
- DESIGNED by E’Claire Makery
This gorgeous crochet pilllow in the pictures below is the ultimate Christmas gift and such a stunning embellishment to your home! Let’s bring a little bit of forest to your interior with this beautiful project by E’Claire Makery, it’s really great for all the cold winter months!
PHOTOS by E’Claire Makery / ravelry.com