Decorating a home is such a special experience. It’s the one place that you can truly make yours. Through little details, you can fill your home with your personality. That way anyone who comes in will know it is unmistakably you.
One of my favorite ways to make a home my own unique space is by finding one of a kind accessories. Each corner of my home is different and unique to me. And for the living room, one of the unique features I made myself are a couple crochet pillow patterns.
Pillows are an easy way to dress up your space and express your individuality. So, in that spirit, I’ve put together a list for you. Here are 16 crochet pillow patterns for every style and occasion. Make one as a housewarming present or redo your space.
Crochet Puff Pillow
This puff pillow pattern is a great option for beginners to add a home decor item to their finished projects and their homes!
Via Stitch in Progress
Sleepy Santa Pillow
With a soft looped beard and a cute bobble nose, this snoozing Santa is just the holiday home decoration you’ll want to snuggle this season.
Via Underground Crafter
Crochet Textured Cushion Pattern
Perk up your living room with this gorgeous Crochet Textured Cushion. This is one of my absolute favorite pillow patterns because it’s unique and bold.
Via Cream Of The Crop Crochet
Zigzag Bobble Pillow
The Zigzag Bobble Pillow is perfect for any advanced beginner looking to learn a new stitch. It’s simple design allows you to finish it quickly and you can use the graph to customize it in anyway you wish.
Via Joy of Motion Crochet
Girls Sleepy Teddy Pillow
When you’re little you can never have too many sweet, snuggly friends. Especially when it comes to bedtime. If your child has trouble falling asleep, the Sleepy Bear Pillow is the perfect companion.
Via Mermaids and Monkeys
What’s cuter than a Fox Pillow to snuggle up with or open him up and lie your head on?
Up-Cycled T-Shirt Pillow
The border for the front of the pillow is worked in hdc and the back cover is simply a large granny square.
Via Lovable Loops
Faux Cable Knit Crochet Pillow
Tricky tricky! Doesn’t this look so so complicated to make?? You’re going to love this simple “twist & pull” trick to give you that labor-intensive cable look.
Via See Love Share
This crochet pillow pattern uses the waistcoat stitch in the round to create a knit-look texture. The use of fair isle crochet (the technique of alternating colors without finishing off to create a design) and changing colors mid-stitch creates the floating ‘v’ shapes throughout the design.
Via Caab Crochet
Waffle Stitch Throw Pillow
Use this crochet pattern to update your decor with this textured throw pillow accented with tassels. This pattern is advanced-beginner friendly.
Via Left in Knots
Aligned Cobble Stitch Pillow
You can never have too many pillows. We heart this pillow and know it’s going to add a lot of love to your home. That soft, solid texture makes basically any place you decide to put it feel cozier.
Via Ideal Me
Lion Pocket Pillow
This cuddly lion has a cute little mane along with a pocket in the back. This lion is very huggable and the pocket can be used to package a gift or to hold a special book.
Via Underground Crafter
Fireside Melody Cushion
As you enjoy a lazy day, snuggled up by the fireplace with your
Via Hopeful Honey
Planned Pooling Throw Pillow
This pillow has a nice graphic look that will be equally at home in a modern home as well as traditional.
Via Pattern Paradise
Crochet Cactus Pillow
A totally trendy crochet pillow cover that combines two of the best crafts ever! Who knew that a square of single crochets is so perfect for adding a cross stitch design?
Via Stitching Together
Giant Crochet Cable Pillow
Add style and comfort to your favorite chair with this Giant Crochet Cable Pillow! This intermediate crochet pattern is a fun way to try a new crochet stitch.
Via Jessie at Home
Pillows are a cozy way to add style to your home. These patterns are fun to work up and there are so many options to choose from. This list will hopefully inspire you to make the most of your space. Or give one as a gift. Everyone loves pillows after all.