Do you love pretty spring colors? How about tulips? This crochet flower pillow has just what you’re looking for. The Tulip Blossom Pillow uses a little 3D texture to bring a row of tulips across your pillow. The look of the middle section was actually a fun accident. In attempting to do a granny spike stitch, I did not complete it as it was supposed to be done. I did not realize until the whole section was done.
It was an “oopsie” moment, but it turned out to be a good one. It looked lovely, so I decided to leave it and treat it as an alternate granny spike stitch.
Supplies needed for this crochet flower pillow
#5 bulky yarn, I used Red Heart Soft Essentials in “Cream, Flamingo, Peony, and Biscuit”
Cream: 130 yds
Biscuit: 200 yds
Small amount Flamingo for tulips and green any yarn for the stems
US H hook (5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Polyfil for stuffing or 16″ pillow insert
Special Stitches Used
This flower pillow uses several special stitches including Treble Front Post, 3dc Cluster, Alternate Granny Spike Stitch, Herringbone Half Double Crochet. Because of this, I would classify this pattern as Intermediate. Although, this premium pattern includes many photo tutorials to help you with these stitches.
Matching blanket also available separately or get both as a discounted bundle.
Crochet Flower Pillow Spring Décor Blog Hop Feature
This pillow was featured in the Spring Decor Blog Hop hosted by Eclaire Makery. Click the button below to see the round up of patterns included.
If you like matching sets, you can also find my Tulip Blossom Blanket in my shops.
Want both and like to save money, grab the Tulip Blossom Bundle for a discounted price.
Love to decorate your home with crochet projects. Check out these Spring Home Décor Patterns
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