Crochet Cabled Throw Pillow Pattern

Free Patterns/ Home Decor

Cables are not just for knitters!  I’m in love with how beautiful chunky cables look when used in home decor.  I have a couple of 20″ X 20″ pillow forms lying around that I’ve been meaning to make covers for – for over year now!   So, I thought a pillow cover would be a great way to demonstrate how easy it is to create cables with crochet.  This pattern is a simple repeat of a 6 stitch cable and is perfect for anyone new to crocheting cables.   You will create a stunning throw pillow cover that will look incredible on any sofa or bed.  I know many of my followers are visual learners so I have also embedded a video on this page of me demonstrating how to crochet this cable stitch.

I have written out and posted the free pattern for this baby blanket below on this page.  However, you can also purchase the PDF file for easy printing and reading (and to support me to be able to continue to post patterns on this blog).  If you’d like to purchase the PDF file, click the “Purchase PDF File” button below.

 

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Crochet Cabled Throw Pillow Pattern

What you will need

Here is what you will need to make one throw pillow:


Measurements

Each square will measure 20 ” X  20 ”

Special Stitches:

Front Post Treble Crochet (FPtr): Yarn over 2 times, insert hook from front to back to front around the post of the corresponding stitch below, yarn over and pull up loop [yarn over, draw through two loops on hook] 3 times.

Front Post Double Crochet (FPdc): Yarn over, insert hook from front to back to front around post of corresponding stitch below, yarn over and pull up loop [yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook] 2 times.

Pattern:




Note: This pattern uses the Six Stitch Cable stitch.  For all of you visual learners out there, I have created a video tutorial on this stitch:

This pattern is for a 20″ X 20″ pillow form.  If you would like to make the cover larger or smaller, you can chain a multiple of 10 plus 5.  The beginning chain should be the length of the pillow form width.

You will be making 2 squares by following the pattern below:

Chain 55.

Row 1 (RS): HDC in third chain from hook and in each remaining chain. CH2 (counts as first hdc of following row) and turn.

Row 2: HDC in next stitch and in each remaining stitch until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Row 3: HDC in next 3 hdc,  *skip next 3 hdc, work FPtr around hdc one row below next 3 hdc; working in front of FPtr just made, work FPtr around hdc one row below the 3 skipped hdc; HDC in next 4 hdc; repeat from * until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Row 4:  HDC in next stitch and in each remaining stitch until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Row 5:  HDC in next 3 hdc, *work FPdc around next 6 FPtr, HDC in next 4 hdc; repeat from * until the end of the row. CH2 and turn.

Row 6:  HDC in next stitch and in each remaining stitch until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Row 7:  HDC in next 3 hdc, *work FPdc around next 6 FPdc, HDC in next 4 hdc; repeat from * until the end of the row. CH2 and turn.

Row 8:  HDC in next stitch and in each remaining stitch until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Row 9: HDC in next 3 hdc, *skip next 3 FPdc, work FPtr around next 3 FPdc; working in front of FPtr just made, work FPtr around each skipped FPdc; HDC in next 4 hdc;repeat from * until the end of the row.  CH2 and turn.

Repeat rows 4-9 until your work measures 20″.  Fasten off.

Finishing:

Line up the two squares (make sure the right side is facing outwards) and sew up the seams for three sides of the pillow cover using some extra yarn and a tapestry (yarn) needle.  Insert the pillow form and continue to sew up the last side.  Weave in the loose ends.

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Free Heirloom Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

Crochet for Newborn Babies/ Crochet Patterns/ Free Patterns

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I ordered the most gorgeous dk weight yarn, Cascade Cherub DK,  with the intention of making a light weight springtime pattern to share with all of you.  I was going to make a throw, but soon realized that the diagonal cluster stitch that I chose, in combination with this yarn, made a delicate lace fabric that would be perfect for an heirloom baby blanket.  You could of course choose to make a throw and increase your foundation chain to make a larger version too.

I have written out and posted the free pattern for this baby blanket below on this page.  However, you can also purchase the PDF file for easy printing and reading (and to support me to be able to continue to post patterns on this blog).  If you’d like to purchase the PDF file, click the “Purchase PDF File” button below.

 

 

Heirloom Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

What you will need

Here is what you will need to make this blanket:

Measurements

This blanket measures:  35 Inches X 42 Inches

Special Stitches:

Cluster Stitch (CL) *Yarn Over, insert hook into specified stitch and draw up a loop to the height of a DC; Yarn Over and draw through two loops; repeat from * two more times in same stitch; Yarn Over and draw through all four loops remaining on hook.

Pattern





Note: This pattern uses the Diagonal Cluster stitch.  For all of you visual learners out there, I have created a video tutorial on this stitch:

 

Chain 153 (or a multiple of 5 + 3 for a different width).
Row 1: CL in 6th chain from hook, *CH1, skip next two chains, DC in next chain; working in front of last dc made, DC in 2nd skipped chain, CH1, skip next chain, CL in next chain; repeat from * to last two chains, CH1, skip next chain, DC in last chain; CH4, turn.

Row 2:  Skip first ch1 space, DC in next ch1 space; working in front of last dc made, DC in skipped ch1 space; *CH1, CL in space between next 2 dc, CH1, skip next ch1 space, DC in next ch1 space; working in front of last dc made, DC in skipped ch1 space; repeat from * to end of row, CH1, DC in 3rd chain of turning chain; CH4, turn.

Row 3:  CL in space between next 2 dc, CH1; *skip next ch1 space, DC in next ch1 space; working in front of last dc made, DC in skipped ch1 space; CH1, CL in space between next two dc, CH1; repeat from * to end of row, DC in 3rd chain of turning chain; CH4, turn.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 until your work measures 40 inches and continue on to border.

Border:

Round 1:  Work around the border of the blanket evenly in single crochet.  Make sure that you do 3 SC in each corner of the border.  If you don’t know how to do a single crochet border, this wonderful article explains it in detail.  When you have completed one round, join to first sc with a slip stitch.

Round 2: CH 2, work around the border by doing one HDC in each SC (work 3 HDC in each corner sc).  At the end of the round, join to first HDC with a slip stitch.

Round 3: CH2, work around the border again by doing one HDC in each HDC (Work 3 HDC in each corner hdc).  At the end of the round, join to first HDC with a slip stitch.

Fasten off and weave in all loose ends.


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Wavy Chevron Crochet Stitch Video Tutorial

Video Tutorials

This video tutorial goes over how to crochet the wavy chevron stitch.   This stitch is used in the free chevron baby blanket pattern available on this blog.


Stitch Instructions:

Chain a multiple of 8 plus 3

Row 1: 1 DC in fourth ch from hook, 1 DC in next ch, [2DCTOG] twice, 1 DC in next ch, 2 DC in next ch, *2DC in next ch, 1DC in next ch,  [2DCTOG] twice, 1 DC in next ch, 2 DC in next ch; repeat from * to end and turn.

Row 2: CH3, 1 DC in first dc, 1 DC in next dc, [2DCTOG] twice, 1 DC in next dc, 2 DC in next  dc, *2 DC in next  dc, 1 DC in next dc, [2DCTOG] twice, 1 DC in next dc, 2 DC in next  dc; repeat from * to end of the row, working last 2 DC in the third ch of turning chain.

Repeat row 2 until your work measured the desired length.

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Posted Brick Stitch Crochet Stitch Tutorial

Video Tutorials

This video tutorial will show you how to crochet the posted brick stitch.  This stitch involves alternating front and back post double crochet to create a fun brick like texture and is used in the free pillow cover crochet pattern.


Stitch Instructions:

Chain a multiple of 6 plus 5.

Row 1 (WS): DC in fourth chain from hook and in each remaining chain.  CH3 (counts as first DC of following row) and turn.

Row 2: FPDC around each of the first 2 dc; * BPDC around each of the next 3 dc, FPDC around each of the next 3 dc; repeat from * to end of row; CH3 and turn.

Repeat row 2 until work measures desired length.

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Cozy Cluster Crochet Stitch Video Tutorial

Video Tutorials

This is a video tutorial for the Cozy Cluster crochet stitch used in the Cozy Clusters Baby Blanket Pattern.


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Baby Chick Crochet Pattern

Crochet For Children/ Free Patterns

With Easter coming up soon, I thought it would be a fun project to make a baby chick for my kiddos.  I have posted the pattern for free for all of you to enjoy as well.  I made this in just a few hours, its super fun and quick.

I hope you enjoy this pattern and have a happy Easter!

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Baby Chick – Free Crochet Pattern

What you will need:

Here is what you will need:

  • Berroco Comfort Worsted Weight Yarn in two colours.  I used:
    • Color A: Buttercup (approx. 150 yards)
    • Color B: Kidz Orange (approx. 50 yards)
  • Size G (4.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Safety Eyes or buttons (if you are making this for a very small child it is safest to embroider on the eyes).
  • Scissors
  • Stitch Marker or scrap piece of yarn
  • Poly-Fil for stuffing the bunny
  • Yarn or tapestry needle to sew the pieces together

Finished Size:

Approximately 6 inches top to bottom.

Abbreviations:

SC: Single Crochet

ST: Stitch

SC2Tog: Single Crochet Two Together

Notes Before you Start:

  1. I worked my single crochets in the back loop to make it easier to count my rows and I personally just like the way it looks.
  2. Work your rounds in spirals, do not join at the beginning of each round.   You will need to use a stitch marker to mark your rounds.
  3. Each round has the total number of stitches for the round in brackets.  If you are unsure its always a good idea to count your stitches.

Pattern:




Head and Body:

With color A, make a magic circle or adjustable ring

Round 1: Make 6 SC in magic circle (6 St).

Round 2:  SC twice in each stitch (12 St).

Round 3: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next stitch.  Repeat from * until end of round (18 St).

Round 4: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 2 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (24 St).

Round 5: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 3 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (30 St).

Round 6: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 4 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (36 St).

Round 7: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 5 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (42 St).

Round 8: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 6 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (48 St).

Round 9-15: SC in each stitch (48 St).

Round 16: *SC2Tog, SC in next 6 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (42 St).

Round 17: *SC2Tog, SC in next 5 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (36 St).

Round 18: *SC2Tog, SC in next 4 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (30 St).

Round 19: *SC2Tog, SC in next 3 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (24 St).

Weave a few strands of yarn in color B through the top of the head and fray the yarn to make the hair (see image below).

Attach the eyes between rounds 11 and 12.  Space them 11 stitches apart (see photo below for guide). Ebroider on the beak at the midpoint between the eyes with the centre of the beak going over round 13.  Stuff the head with the poly-fil and continue on to the next round where we start to work the body.

 

Round 20: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 3 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (30 St).

Round 21: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 4 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (36 St).

Round 22: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 5 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (42 St).

Round 23: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 6 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (48 St).

Round 24: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next 7 stitches.  Repeat from * until end of round (54 St).

Round 25-30: SC in each stitch (54 St).

Round 31: *SC2Tog, SC in next 7 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (48 St).

Round 32: *SC2Tog, SC in next 6 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (42 St).

Round 33: *SC2Tog, SC in next 5 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (36 St).

Round 34: *SC2Tog, SC in next 4 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (30 St).

Round 35: *SC2Tog, SC in next 3 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (24 St).

Round 36: *SC2Tog, SC in next 2 stitches.  Repeat from * to end of round (18 St).

Round 37: *SC2Tog, SC in next  stitch.  Repeat from * to end of round (12 St).

Stuff the body with poly-fil.

Round 38: *SC2Tog.  Repeat from * to end of round (6 St).

Round 39: SC next stitch and 4th stitch together, leaving remaining stitches unworked (1 St). Fasten off and pull yarn into the body of the bunny using crochet hook (to hide it).

Arms:

With color A, make a magic circle or adjustable ring

Round 1: Make 6 SC in magic circle (6 St).

Round 2:  SC twice in each stitch (12 St).

Round 3: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next stitch.  Repeat from * until end of round (18 St).

Rounds 4-8: SC in each stitch (18 St).

Fasten off.  Attach to the sides of the body (do not stuff the arms) at row 21.

Feet:

With color B, make a magic circle or adjustable ring

Round 1: Make 6 SC in magic circle (6 St).

Round 2:  SC twice in each stitch (12 St).

Round 3: *SC twice in next stitch, SC in next stitch.  Repeat from * until end of round (18 St).

Rounds 4-8: SC in each stitch (18 St).

Fasten off. Attach feet evenly spaced 7 rows up from bottom of body.

And there you have it!  An adorable little baby chick just in time to add to the Easter basket!

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Color Block Throw – Free Crochet Blanket Pattern

Crochet Patterns/ Free Patterns

I hope you enjoy making this cozy color blocked throw as much as I did! This is one of those patterns that once you nail the first few rows, you can completely zone out – and before you know it, you have made huge progress. The stitch that I used is a simple alternating front and back post double crochet, which creates a really neat texture and doesn’t require much thought. I used Painbox Yarns Simply Chunky for a couple of reasons. First, they have so many colors to choose from, so I was able to get the exact look I had in mind. Also, throws/afghans can be expensive to make with all of the yarn required, hence I was really attracted by the low price of this yarn. And for an added bonus, it is washable and can also go in the dryer!

Now that it’s all done, I am so happy with how this blanket turned out. It will look great in our living room and I can’t wait to snuggle up under it with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book.

I have written out and posted the free pattern for this throw below on this page.  However, you can also purchase the PDF file for easy printing and reading (and to support me to be able to continue to post patterns on this blog).  If you’d like to purchase the PDF file, click the “Purchase PDF File” button below.

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Color Block Throw Crochet Pattern

What you will need – Materials:

Here is what you will need to make this super cozy throw:

Measurements

This blanket measures: 40 Inches X 65 Inches.

Special Stitches:

FPdc: Front-post Double Crochet

BPdc: Back-post Double Crochet

Free Crochet Blanket Pattern

Pattern




With Color A, Chain 137 (multiple of 2 plus 5 if you would like to change the size or practice on a smaller swatch).

Row 1 (Right Side): DC in 4th chain from hook (3 skipped chains count as one dc) and in each remaining chain. CH3 (counts as first dc of next row), turn.

Row 2: FPdc around next stitch; *BPdc around next stitch, FPdc around next Stitch; repeat from * to last dc; DC in last dc; CH2, turn.

Repeat row 2 until work measures approx. 10.5 inches (or until you are almost finished your third ball of yarn).

Switch to Color B, and continue working pattern until you have worked approx. 10.5 inches in Color B.

Switch to Color C, and continue working pattern until you have worked approx. 10.5 inches in Color C.

Switch to Color A, and continue working pattern until you have worked approx. 10.5 inches in Color A.

Switch to Color B, and continue working pattern until you have worked approx. 10.5 inches in Color B.

Switch to Color C, and continue working pattern until you have worked approx. 10.5 inches in Color C.

Fasten off and weave in the ends!

 

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Braided Cables Winter Scarf Knitting Pattern

Adult Knits/ Free Patterns

My cable obsession continues with this super warm braided infinity scarf.  We are experiencing the coldest winter weather in 20 years where I live, so I thought this would be the perfect scarf to keep me and my daughter warm during the deep freeze.   Its long enough that you can wrap it around twice for added warmth, but it still looks and feels great just as is.

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Braided Cables Winter Scarf Knitting Pattern

Here is what you will need to make this warm braided infinity scarf:

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Gauge

13.5 Stitches, 16 Rows = 4 Inches in stockinette stitch

Measurements:

12″ (width)  X 44″ (length before sewing up seam)

Abbreviations:

K: Knit

P: Purl

C6F: Cable 6 Front (slip 3 stitches onto your cable needle to the front of your work, knit the next three stitches, then knit the three stitches off of the cable needle).

C6B: Cable 6 Back (slip 3 stitches onto your cable needle to the back of your work, knit the next three stitches, then knit the three stitches off of the cable needle).

Pattern




Cast on 64 Stitches.

Row 1: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K12, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 2: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 3: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, C6F, C6F, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 4: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 5: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K12, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1

Row 6: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 7: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K3, C6B, K3, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 8: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Repeat rows 1 through 8 until your work measures 44 inches.

Cast off.

Finishing

Fold the cowl in half and sew together the cast on and bind off ends.  Weave in all loose ends.

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Reverie Ribbed Winter Hat Knitting Pattern

Adult Knits/ Free Patterns

This winter hat is incredibly soft and as light as a feather.  It’s perfect for those chilly early winter days when you’d like to keep your head and ears toasty warm and also avoid ruining your hair.

I chose to use one of my all time favourite yarns: Knit Picks Reverie Yarn in natural and silver.  I love the drape and subtle halo of this yarn, and there are so many more colour combinations that I think would look great.

If you’re a beginner at knitting hats in the round, you will love this pattern since it’s just a simple rib stitch the whole way through.  It’s a great way to practice those knits and purls!

 

Winter Hat Knitting Pattern

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Reverie Ribbed Winter Hat Knitting Pattern

Here is what you will need to make this light weight winter hat:

Gauge

4.25 stitches = 1 Inch in stockinette stitch

Sizes:

Adult

Abbreviations:

K: Knit

P: Purl

K2Tog: Knit two together

Pattern




Cast on 84 Stitches with Colour A.  Place the stitch marker to mark the beginning of the round and join being careful not to twist your work.

Rounds 1-18 (or until your work measures 3.5 inches): K1, P1 (repeat until end of round) to make 1 X 1 rib stitch.

Switch to Colour B.

Continue in K1, P1 for 20 more rows (or 4 more inches).

Start decreasing to shape the top of the hat:

Round 1: *K1,P1,K1, P1, K2Tog; repeat from * to end of row (60 stitches remaining).

Round 2: K1,P1,K1, P1; *K2Tog, P1, K1, P1; repeat from * to last stitch, K1. (56)

Finishing

Cut yarn (leave a long tail) and pull through yarn needle.  Thread through the remaining stitches and pull tight.  Secure and weave in ends.

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Chunky Cabled Cowl – Free Knitting Pattern

Adult Knits/ Free Patterns

I am in love with cable stitches right now.  They add so much style to outdoor accessories, yet are very easy to create!  This cowl is knit up with a simple six stitch cable pattern.  If you are new to cables, don’t be intimidated.  Once you watch a couple of You Tube video tutorials you’ll be ready to take your knitting to a whole new level.  Purllinknitting has a great basic Cable Tutorial.

I used Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Bulky Yarn in Pomegranate to make this cowl.  First of all, I cannot get over the colour!  Its the perfect shade of red that I was looking for…  it reminds me of a glass of wine!    And once knit up, the scarf feels like luxury against your skin!  It is so incredibly soft and cozy, you will not want to take it off.

I have written out and posted the free pattern for this cowl below on this page.  However, you can also purchase the PDF file for easy printing and reading (and to support me to be able to continue to post patterns on this blog).  If you’d like to purchase the PDF file, click the “Purchase PDF File” button below.

Chunky Cabled Cowl

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Chunky Cabled Cowl Knitting Pattern

Here is what you will need to make this soft and snuggly cowl:

chunky cabled cowl knitting pattern

Gauge

14 Stitches, 16 Rows = 4 Inches in stockinette stitch

Measurements:

12″ (width)  X 24″ (length before sewing up seam)

Abbreviations:

K: Knit

P: Purl

C6F: Cable 6 Front (slip 3 stitches onto your cable needle to the front of your work, knit the next three stitches, then knit the three stitches off of the cable needle).

Pattern




Cast on 59 Stitches.

Row 1: K1, *P3, K6; repeat from * to last four stitches; P3, K1.

Row 2: P1, *K3, P6; repeat from * to last four stitches; K3, P1.

Row 3: K1, *P3, K6; repeat from * to last four stitches; P3, K1.

Row 4: P1, *K3, P6; repeat from * to last four stitches; K3, P1.

Row 5: K1, *P3, K6; repeat from * to last four stitches; P3, K1.

Row 6: P1, *K3, P6; repeat from * to last four stitches; K3, P1.

Row 7: K1, *P3, C6F; repeat from * to last four stitches; P3, K1.

Row 8: P1, *K3, P6; repeat from * to last four stitches; K3, P1.

Repeat rows 1 through 8 until your work measures 24 inches.

Cast off.

Finishing

Fold the cowl in half and sew together the cast on and bind off ends.  Weave in all loose ends.

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Cable Knit Hat

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