Crochet Number Pillows
It’s easy as 1, 2, & 3, come hook these Number Pillows with me. These are 13″ tall and match the Alphabet Pillows for sizing. These pillows are not difficult and pretty whimsical. If you keep yourself organized while crocheting them, they are relatively simple.
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.
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 walk through of the pattern with me.
Diagrams Blown Up
In the tutorial, I use full sheet sizes of each number for demonstration. The original pattern has 3 numbers per page. If you would like the numbers separated by page so you can read it easier, you can download this PDF to save the booklet and/or print the pages you need.
Daniel worked together with our friends at Yarnspirations to pull clear graphics to make this possible. As usual, Yarnspirations is excellent to work with and we enjoy our sponsorship relationship with them.
Number Pillows will come available in this playlist. Numbers will be order from 0 – 9.