Hello! I bet you’re as excited as I am for the release of these crochet cushion covers! Finally! After a couple of setbacks, and a whole lot of late nights, they’re finally here. Decorate your home with these unique Crochet Cushion Covers! They are worked using intarsia crochet technique and are a perfect décor piece sure to add warmth to any room.
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Behind The Names.
So, before we go too far, I’d like to introduce you to On the Spot and Brackets Crochet Cushion Covers. As you probably know by now, I tend to stick to simple, easy to remember names that are derived from my patterns features. That, my friends, is how these two were named.
Inspiration For The Designs.
The On the Spot Cushion Cover was inspired by my sister. She saw a picture on Pinterest and asked me to make a cushion cover for her similar to the picture. As I was working on that design, she decided that she wanted that to be the main one and complementary smaller size covers added. That’s how the Brackets Cushions Covers came to be.
About The Pattern.
These are intermediate level crochet patterns. If you’d like to try new technique then these are perfect for you. The patterns use intarsia crochet technique. If you’re new to this or would like to brush up on your knowledge then I would recommend reading through my Intarsia Crochet Tutorial Post.
On the Spot is 16″ square whereas Brackets is 14″ square. The patterns have an envelope enclosure at the back. This allows for removal of the pillow insert and easy, stress free washing.
I’ve also provided a blank worksheet with the design outline. If you want to try out different colour combinations, just print it out and colour it in with your preferred colour combination.
To make these Intarsia Crochet Cushion Covers, I used acrylic DK yarn in 6 different colours; 5 for On the Spot and 2 for Brackets. If you’d rather use DK yarn in another material such as cotton, just make sure that the gauge matches so you won’t end up with covers that are not the right size.
Intarsia Crochet Cushion Covers Pattern.
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