Crochet Alphabet and Number Pillow Patterns

Crochet Alphabet and Number Pillow Patterns

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Crochet Alphabet and Number Letter Pillows

Crochet Alphabet and Number Letter Pillows

Crochet Alphabet Pillows

Crochet these adorable balloon-like Alphabet Pillows by Yarnspirations. These pillows are 13″ tall and are consistent across the entire alphabet patterns that are provided.

Letters A to Z are provided in the pattern. This allows you to choose initials that are daring to spell entire names all in pillow format.

I visualize these as learning resources for teaching children colours and the alphabet at the same time. Imagine these hanging up in a classroom or lining the upper walls in a classroom for children to help them learn. I remember many classrooms I was in as a child where the letters and numbers were above the chalkboards to help me.

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Crochet Alphabet and Numbers Pillows Pattern

These patterns are not difficult. You must know how to read crochet diagrams to follow these. I will have tutorials for each letter available. The videos are organized in 4 chapters. Chapter 1 – 3 is identical in each tutorial to show you what to do. However, if you know what you are doing, because I have it by chapter, you can skip ahead to the letter for a walkthrough of the pattern with me.

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Alphabet Diagrams Blown Up

Daniel has made a mini booklet of all 26 letters in the alphabet blown up to 1 letter per page. This will help you read the diagrams better. You can download this PDF booklet and/or print the letters you want specifically.

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Crochet Alphabet and Numbers Big Diagrams eBook

This booklet was made possible with the help of Yarnspirations. You can only find this booklet here in this article to download.

Crochet Alphabet Pillows Diagrams by Yarnspirations

Crochet Alphabet Pillows Diagrams by Yarnspirations. Click this booklet to download or print any page you need from this book.

Tutorial Playlist

Alphabet Letters will Appear in this Playlist as they become available.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

38 thoughts on “Crochet Alphabet and Number Pillow Patterns”

  1. Ai Garanganao says:

    Hi! I started making the letter F for my god daughter. Can you please teach me how to go from the end of row number 30 to row number 31? Thank you.

    1. Mikey says:

      I answered this question already on YouTube I believe. This same question came across there as well.

      1. Ai Garanganao says:

        Oh… ok… I’ll check it out. Thank you. 😊

  2. Carolynne says:

    I noticed an error on the actual pattern for the letter R. Can you please direct me to where I go to let the designer know? Thanks.

    1. Jeanne says:

      Here is a link to the contact section of Yarnspirations.

  3. Morgan Brown says:

    Thank you for getting back to me.

    So, how do make row 1 with 2 builder chains?

    Because, when I drop the loop on the end of row one, I put the new string in the 1st sc of row 1 chain 3 fasten off. Because then you’ll need another 3 builder chains on the left side in order to complete row two. So, I’m mostly confused on how complete the first rows with builder chains to complete on both sides.

    1. Jeanne says:

      Hi Morgan
      Do you belong to The Crochet Crowd Stitch Social group on Facebook? We have a great community of people that can help you out. If you post a photo with your question, you will find lots of crocheters ready to offer help.
      ~ Jeanne

  4. Morgan Brown says:

    I’m very confused by the letter J. It doesn’t explain the builder chains and how to attach and continue the row from one to two. Could you explain this better or do a tutorial for how to start?

    1. Jeanne says:

      Here is a link for the letter J.
      https://youtu.be/NcNyUhziV8U

      1. Morgan Brown says:

        I’ve seen the video, but it doesn’t explain the first 4 rows and I believe it’s missing steps as it does not explain the left side builder chains. Can you elaborate. As this video was already on the site.

      2. Mikey says:

        I’ll take a look if it’s missing the steps. I will just take down the video. Thanks for letting me know.

  5. Melissa Turner says:

    No blue button

    1. Mikey says:

      updated.

      1. Su Marks says:

        Hi Mikey, I cannot find the pattern for the ampersand, will this be coming soon, please, many thanks in hopeful anticipation,

      2. Mikey says:

        I don’t think the original designer did that symbol. I’m sorry. I don’t have a solution for you at this time.

  6. Rachel says:

    Can’t thank you enough for the blown up pages. I have tried to blow them up myself from the website and couldn’t get them to come out this good. Needless to say it’s a sight for sore ole eyes. Thank you thank you thank you!!

  7. Beth says:

    I’ve just started to crochet but love a challenge, after almost completing a blanket I found these and have started making my daughters name. I’m trying to do the ‘P’, but am struggling with rows 19 and 20 and the slip stitch there. Do I chain the 16, complete row 19 and then row 20 and add the slip stitch at some point there or do I do the slip stitch at a different point? None of the other letters contain a slip stitch where you don’t add another piece of yarn.
    Thank you in advance!

  8. Haylie says:

    I’m really stuck on the C it’s not making sense to me. I know there are general videos but is there a video for a C.

  9. Gina Lopez says:

    For the letter G, when you say drop a stitch, do you mean decrease or drop a stitch a row down? Sorry I’m new to doing this type of pattern ?

  10. Amanda Judge says:

    Hello,
    I was wondering if you where going to do all the letter. If so where can I find the videos on them.

    1. Mikey had too many complaints, so he will not be doing any further videos of the letters.

  11. Su Marks says:

    Hi Mikey,
    I am left handed, so how can I do these pillows. Please advise, as a bit of a novice and have used only written out row by row patterns, not symbols, so feeling anxious before I start.
    Thanks in advance for any advice and guidance.
    Su.

  12. Danielle says:

    Hi I’m just wondering which letter you are up to with the alphabet pillows? Please

      1. Roni says:

        Can you share a link for the tutorial on the letter B? Thanks.

  13. Roxanne says:

    Please hurry with the other letters lol 🙂 desperate for “B” and a few others. Can’t wait! Thanks Mikey p. S your an awesome tutor, you and your videos taught me to crochet

  14. Stephanie Miller says:

    If it wasn’t for the Crochet Crowd and it’s genuine desire to provide us with free tutorials and tools to learn, I’d only be a knitter dreaming of crocheting. Thank you guys!

  15. Madeline Cox says:

    Hi. I’m stuck already on the letter A. Right leg row two. How does that end? Is it 12 SC and chain 1? I thought the slant meant sc2tog but the crochet would then decrease where I would expect it to increase for the diagonal of the A. Thanks for any help. I can’t wait till the video tutorials as I want to make it for a present for a birthday in May.
    Thanks

    1. It’s 12 Chain… and then attach to Leg 1. YOu use that chain when passing back across.

      1. Madeline says:

        Thank you for the reply. I’m still stuck. So I chain 12. Turn. 11 sc. Chain 1 then it’s the next stitch I’m not sure of. I first learnt to crochet from your videos Mikey so I’m sure they will be fantastic when they are done. Thanks again. Madeline.

      2. Melissa says:

        Do you happen to have a tutorial for the letter O. Thank you

      3. Mikey says:

        No, I’m sorry. I just did the A as an example on learning how to read the diagram. I’m sorry.

  16. nehad alhamdan says:

    I am looking for patterns for numbers and alphapets pillows please

    1. Click on the pink “Get Pattern” button at the top and you can download the pattern.

  17. Tammy says:

    WOW! can’t wait to make these for my classroom. Thanks so much

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