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    Crochet Pop-Up Pillow FREE PATTERN

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    Welcome to Crochetisimo, the community where lovers of the magic that is woven with thread and needle meet . Today we want to present you an innovative and practical project that combines beauty and functionality: the Crochet Pop-Up Pillow. 

    This pillow, created with the versatility of crochet, is no ordinary cushion. It transforms and unfolds, revealing a blanket that will provide you with extra warmth when you need it. It is an ideal multifunctional element to have in your home or to take on trips, guaranteeing comfort and style at the same time.

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    But what makes our Crochet Pop-Up Pillow even more attractive is that it is designed with basic crochet stitches. This means that even if you are a beginner to the wonderful world of crochet, you can create this piece with a little time, patience, and practice. And if you already have experience, this project will allow you to relax while reviewing techniques you already know, resulting in a beautiful and useful product.

    So, if you are excited about the idea of ​​creating something that you can use in your daily life and that will also allow you to improve your crochet skills, then the Crochet Pop-Up Pillow is the perfect project for you. Prepare your threads and needle and join us on this creative and rewarding journey! 🤗🐝🌹


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    ☀️ Big Sky Country 8 ovillos.

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    ☀️ Needle size L/11 (8 mm).

    ☀️ 4 Queen size bed pillows 20 x 26″ [51 x 66 cm].

    ☀️ 3 point markers.

    Note: We remind you that you can replace the indicated tones with any color you have on hand or that you like best.


    ☀️ Approximately 26 x 80″ [66 x 203.5 cm].

    ☀️ Ball measurements: 10.5 oz/300 g; 220 yds/201 m.


    ☀️ 7 single crochets and 8 rows = 4″ [10 cm].


    ☀️ Front and back side (make them the same): Chain 48.

    Crochet Pop Up Pillow Chart

    Crochet charts may seem a little intimidating at first, but once you understand how they work, they can be an invaluable tool for following and creating patterns. Here are some recommendations for reading crochet charts:

    Understanding Symbols : Each type of crochet stitch has a corresponding symbol on a chart. It is important to familiarize yourself with these symbols before you begin. For example, a small circle usually represents a low point, while a ‘T’ with a bar through it represents a high point. The pattern legend or key should provide you with a list of these symbols and their meaning.

    Reading Direction : Crochet charts are read from bottom to top. If you are working in rows, the first row is read from right to left, the second from left to right, and so on, alternating the direction in each row. If you are working on the round, read the graph counterclockwise.

    Starting Chains : The starting chains (usually represented by small ovals) in each row or round are essential for getting the correct height to start your new stitch. Make sure you count how many chains you need to make at the beginning.

    Repetitions : In many charts, you will see parentheses or square brackets around a group of symbols. This indicates that you must repeat that set of points a certain number of times.

    Connections and Unions : Lines connecting different points usually indicate where the points join. For example, a double crochet that joins another double crochet on the previous row is drawn with a line connecting the double crochet symbol with the symbol on the previous row.

    Practice : As with any other skill, practice is key to reading crochet charts. Start with simpler patterns and gradually progress to more complicated charts.

    Use Available Help : Fortunately, there are many resources available in books and online to help you understand crochet charts. Don’t hesitate to seek help if you are having difficulties.

    Remember: Crochet charts are designed to simplify the process of following a pattern, but everyone has their own learning style.

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