Angie Christian Pillow October 05th, 2018 - 17:46:23
Our floors should be done at the end of this week and I couldn't help myself. I had to start hey quick crocheted, throw pillow project, so today I'm going to be sharing this textured throw pillow tutorial. It's just a basket weave stitch. I just made a couple of small changes that I'll share with you in the tutorial to really make the texture of this stitch pop a little bit more.
I think texture is just as powerful as tongue and I love to play with textures, especially in my home decorations, but I think I think textures, just such a powerful statement and creates a really dynamic, dynamic picture feel so make sure that you subscribe.I keep having it so, let's get into the tutorial for this tutorial, I'm using the brunette's a baby blanket yarn in the off-white on the back you'll see that there is a recommendation for the size, crochet hook, that you should be using.
They recommend an 11 millimeter needle, but because I want my crochet stitches to be a little more distinct and a little tighter and bulkier I'm actually sizing down and using the 10 millimeter needle. So this pattern this basket weave pattern is done in multiples of 8. So you could make a blanket you could make a throw pillow like I did. There's really.You can do so many things with this pattern. It's really quite simple and it works up really quickly, especially when you use this bulkier pattern.
So you can see that this is just absolutely beautiful. It's a stunning pattern, and especially with this bigger yarn, it creates a really textured pillow cover and especially when you're, using that smaller crochet needle it really makes that pattern stand out. So I'm going to show you how to finish this off. This is just a sample that I've done, but I will show you the full pillow that I made so I'm going to show you how to finish off your corner, cut off the yarn and then you'll just pull this through and tighten it there. You go and then I always go ahead and hide this yarn.