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Crochet Nutmeg Free Pillow Pattern Simple Home Decor

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The Crochet Nutmeg Free Pillow Pattern is quick to work up, it's also beautiful home decor. These are crochet stitches in the round, not knit. I love figuring out new crochet stitch combinations that will mimic that knit look.

I kept this pillow simple in both style and color to be used as a staple home decor piece all year round. You can spruce it up to your style by changing colors every so often to add stripes. Or learn How to Make a Tassel with Yarn and add tassels to each corner to spice it up. And if you love home decor in the spring, check out the St. Patrick's Crochet Shamrock Pillow Cover or the Camper Crochet Pillow Cover.

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Crochet Nutmeg Free Pillow Pattern Supplies

Crochet Hook:
M (8.0 mm) Hook 

Notions:
Removable Stitch Marker
Yarn Needle
Scissors
Pillow Form
Invisible Zipper

Yarn:
WeCrochet Swish Bulky 100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 137 yds/100g
Shown in Colorway Nutmeg
A great substitute yarn is Brava Bulky

Yardage:
240yds/220m for 20-inch pillow

Abbreviations/Stitches:
blo - back loop only
ch - chain
sl st - slip stitch
sc - single crochet
ssc - split single crochet st(s) -stitch(es)

Gauge:
9 sts by 11 rows = 4x4 inches stitch pattern

Skill Level:
Easy/Beginner

Size:
20x20 inch pillow cover

Notes:
The Nutmeg Crochet Pillow is worked in the round without joining. The top will have a zipper to open and close the pillow, or it can be seamed after inserting a pillow form.

Special Stitch:

Split Single Crochet (ssc), also known as the waistcoat stitch: https://brianakdesigns.com/split-single- crochet-round-flat/

Crochet Nutmeg Free Pillow Pattern Video Tutorial

Crochet Nutmeg Free Pillow Written Pattern

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Body

Rnd 1: Place a slip knot onto your hook and chain 42. In the second chain from the hook sc 3 (mark the first stitch in the round), sc 39, sc 3 sts in last chain, rotate and work on the other side of the chain, sc 39, do not join. (84 sts)

Rnd 2: Ssc in first, in blo sc 3, *ssc in next, in blo sc 3*; repeat from * to * around.

Rnd 3: *In blo sc 1, ssc in next*; repeat from * to * around.

Repeats: Repeat Round 3 until the height of the pillow is 20 inches.

Seaming or Invisible Zipper

With Zipper:

Fasten off land weave in your end.

With sewing thread and a sewing needle, stitch the zipper around the top of the opening. Place the pillow form inside the pillow and zip closed.

No Zipper:

Fasten off leaving a long tail.

Place the pillow form into the pillow cover, using a yarn needle, and seam the opening closed. As an alternate option, use a zipper on one end of the pillow so the cover can be removed.

Finishing

Fasten off and weave in all ends, and enjoy your new home decor pillow.

Care: Machine Wash Gentle Cold / Tumble Dry Low.

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