Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern

Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern

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Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern

Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern

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This crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern is pretty straight forward and has some great texture opportunities at the same time.

The yarn of choice for this pillow is the Patons Canadiana Yarn Line. It’s 100% acrylic. You can use this particular yarn line to create eye candy accent pillows but there is also a rich colour line for those neutrals and more subtle colours.

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To make it easier for you, I have drafted up a simple crochet diagram to show you where the bobbles sit between each other. Rows 2 – 5 are repeated throughout the pattern. Keep in mind my swatch crochet diagram is smaller. If you keep your stitches in multiples of 4, you will be successful each time. The starting and end of the rows are the same no matter how many multiples of 4 you do.

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Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern Crochet Diagram

Crochet Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern Crochet Diagram. Click diagram to download, save or print.

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