Crochet Catch A Wave Pillow Pattern

Crochet Catch A Wave Pillow Pattern

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Crochet Catch A Wave Pillow

Crochet Catch A Wave Pillow

Crochet Crochet A Wave Pillow

I absolutely love this crochet pillow called the Catch A Wave Crochet Pillow. The love the size, simplicity and especially, the whimsical wave that is in this graphghan ‘like’ concept.

This is featuring the brand new yarn by Yarnspirations called Bernat Maker Home Dec. I’ve come to really love this yarn. I love the speed of working with this yarn and the feel of it.

To help you further, I have completed a very detailed tutorial for doing grapghan work such as this. The tutorial has been designed to teach you about doing graphghans and pictorial work. There are 7 major steps in this type of concept with micro lessons in each. Everything from considerations of the design, planning, yarn techniques and more.

With this lovely yarn, you can make this project as your test ground and have an incredible home decor project. I’m seriously considering making an additional one for our Crochet Cruises Hawaii.

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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.

9 thoughts on “Crochet Catch A Wave Pillow Pattern”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. Georgia Mackey says:

    Hello, I’m looking to make something similar to this using your tutorial but bernat maker home deco doesn’t have the colors I need. Do you have any suggestions for other yarns that could be used for this project? I have looked at the substitute chart for ths yarn but i can’t find anything that fits.



  3. Georgia says:


    I can not get the bernat maker home dec yarn in the color i want to use. Do you have any suggestions for other yarns? I’ve looked at the substitute chart but can’t find anything that fits.

  4. Suzanne says:

    Hi, my name is Suzanne.

    I’m a 30+ year knitter. I learned to knit when I was a teenager because I wanted a fair isle sweater neither my family nor I could afford to buy.

    I bought a book, yarn, pattern, and needles and taught myself to knit and follow graphs. I got my sweater and I was very proud of myself.

    A few years later I took up counted cross stitch. Again I used graphs to make my projects. So I have some experience with graphs and reading them.

    I read your article and watched half of your tutorial this morning. I’ll watch the rest when I have the time. I think you did a fabulous job explaining how to read and follow graphs. What I saw should allow the watcher to pick up any graph and reproduce it in crochet, cross stitch or even knit.

    It’s been years since I’ve read and followed any graph, but I’m ready to tackle this type of project again when I have the time.

    I’ve promised my grandson and husband I would crochet (I just learned last September) them each a shark snuggle sack following your tutorial when I can afford the yarn. Thank you for that tutorial!

    I made the Faux Cable Cowl on Saturday following your tutorial. Your instructions helped me to make this item.

    Please don’t underestimate the value of your tutorials or the content you include. Sometimes us yarn enthusiasts just need to step outside of our comfort zone, trust in our abilities and try something new.

    Thank you for all that you and The Crochet Crowd do.

  5. debbie says:

    Mikey you did a great job keep up the good work!

  6. Susan Roush says:

    Dear Mikey, I have never written to you before although I have followed you and Deva Dan for over a year. Just read your comment ( July 2 ) about the pillow. Many times I’ve gotten peeved about peoples’ comments to you- so many requests for details that are either available in your info or easily available with just a little effort. So many people seem to be lazy. They want EVERYTHING handed to them with no effort on their part. They are basically good people. I think it is just a sign of the times. Please don’t take it so personally. You do a fantastic job! If you cater to their every demand or complaint, you will just encourage them to continue. You can’t please everyone and don’t do yourself any favors blaming yourself. Look how it piles up on you over time.You do a magnificent service.. With love to you both from an old lady. Sue

    I should probably have put this on your web site

  7. Debora Ready says:

    Way to go, Mikey! I am ready to tackle the graphgran. Loved all the tips. Thank you!

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