Crochet Chain Links Pillow

Crochet Chain Links Pillow

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Crochet Chain Links Pillow

Crochet Chain Links Pillow

Chain Links Pillow

Crochet this easy Chain Links Pillow using Bernat Blanket Yarn. I wish I would have done this concept a long time ago. I’ve never done it before and now I am hooked on the concept.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Chain Link Pillow

I have provided the free pattern and have a video tutorial below to show you to do it too. I think many crocheters are going to love this concept. Use the information you gather to go outside of the box and potentially make a scarf or even an afghan using this concept.

Video Tutorial Below

Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, is the creator of The Crochet Crowd. From Nova Scotia, Canada. He is informal and teaches on YouTube to expand the global crocheters' knowledge of ideas and stitches.

Started unofficially in 2008 and transitioned into a full-time job in 2011. He is a stitch ambassador for Yarnspirations in teaching crochet. Most of the patterns he develops are free for you to enjoy.

26 thoughts on “Crochet Chain Links Pillow”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

    1. Mikey says:


  2. tracy says:

    help i cant seam to see the pattern can you help please when i click print it not the pattern

    1. Tracy, not sure how I can help you. When I click “Get Pattern”, it links to Yarnspirations site just fine.

  3. Jennifer says:

    What are the finished measurements of just the front side?

    1. Cathy Evans says:

      I would really like to know this as well. Also, I would like to make this, but in regular yarn. That should work, right?

  4. Lisa Jury says:

    I would like to make a afgan is there multiples for the chain links?

  5. Cheryl says:

    I have the written pattern and nowhere does it say to make two.

    1. I will take a look. I don’t know how a backside could be done if you don’t do two. I will take a look later today at the instructions.

      1. Teresa says:

        Looking at the written instructions it looks like you would continue until it measures 32 inches, do the twists, and fold the top over so the cables show on the back side. You would sew the bottom and a side, stuff it and sew the remaining side. So only three sides need to be sewn closed because one side is folded over. If that makes sense.

      2. That would probably work. Give it a try. 🙂

  6. Lisa says:

    I would like to make an afghan with the chain links. Is there multiples for this pattern?

  7. Estelle says:

    Is there a written pattern. I love the stitch, but I would like to use this stitch to make a sweater!

  8. Gaby says:

    Well I enjoyed the chain video it gives me one more idea for the holidays your a Awsome teacher I did pick up on the outtake , this is because I watch my teacher and I listen because you explain things upfront any vid mistake is past over by me . You are my human friend and I make so many mistakes my self but with your guidance I can fix bless you Hun take a bit of harshness off your self you are just a fine teacher thank you so much for everything you do. And more.

  9. In order to make an afghan with this stitch, would I chain the length I need and continue making the rows in the same way?

  10. Erin says:

    It would be great if you extended the tutorial to show you putting it together. I am lost totally on the exact way to close it. I know how to close it except to link the last link to the make it look flawless. I’m a perfectionist and am really sad I cannot figure this part out so that I can finish it up.

    Thank you!

  11. I have made an error in the tutorial. I have removed the tutorial and I am redoing the video. It should be available later tonight.

    1. Yolanda says:

      Thanks Mikey can’t wait until tonight ran out and bought the yarn yesterday to make that amazing pillow. Thinking about giving out pillows for Christmas gifts. But first I’m going to make mine.

  12. Edith says:

    Thanks Mikey!!! I bought the same yarn ( same colours) for a blanket and pillow a few weeks ago and had no idea what pattern to use. Now I can finally start it…

  13. Twila nagle says:

    Love the way he teaches

  14. Vicki Sutton says:

    Hi Mikey, Is it just me or did I see a mistake….after the first 4 then 10 the mistake is in the next 6.

    1. Love the new tutorial but like Vicki above, I believe that there is a small error on the second row….not a big deal but it might throw off the totally visual learners.

      1. I will check.. maybe I left in an outtake. Sounds like that is possible.

    2. Connie says:

      I also noticed that, in the 6 single crochets, he actually did 2 or 3 slip stitches, instead of single crochets.

      1. I’m checking… I might have left in an outtake.

    3. I’m checking… I might have left in an outtake.

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