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  Written Pattern ch 16 Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch. Row2 to 5: ch1, sc in every st. Row 6: Ch1, 2 sctog in the 1st 2 st, sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in the last st. Row 7: ch1, 2 sc in the 1st st, sc in the next 2 st, 2 sctog in the last 2 st. Row 8, 10: repeat row 6 Row 9: Repeat row 7. Row10 : Continue chaining 10. Row 11: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and every st. Row 11 to 14: ch1, sc in every st. Fasten off.

Crochet a mini pillow or any size pillow

 So this is a very easy project to achieve quickly at home mostly in less than a day, whether it is a big pillow you are making or a small one, the pattern is straight forward and easy.

I have done the video sometime ago and updated with the written pattern, although it doesn't need  a pattern but I know some crocheters prefer it that way.



I have done a mini one in this tutorial, however if you prefer a bigger size ,you just have to make more chains and measure it on the required pillow, or if you don't have pillow, depending on how many cm or inches is the pillow you want to make and measure it accordingly.


Materials:

Red heart soft yarn white

Crochet Hook

Fiber filler

Cotton filler

Video tutorial

PDF Pattern

Written Pattern

Make Two pieces of the same

Ch 20

Row1: in the second ch from the hook, 1 sc, sc in every ch till end of the row. 

Row2: ch1, sc in the same st as ch1, sc in every st till the end of the row.

Row3 to Row 20: Repeat row2

Holding the two pieces against each other, start sewing the sides using a sewing needle till you are left with a small opening, start filling the pillow with the fiber filler or cotton then finish sewing and fasten off.

This pillow can be of any size, all depends on how many chains you choose to make at the beginning, very easy to achieve and pretty looking.



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