Crochet Pattern, Sea Breeze 12" x 12" Square Pillow Cover
Sea Breeze 12" by 12" Square Pillow Crochet Pattern
This pattern completes the Sea Breeze Home Decor crochet pattern collection. It is a quick project to crochet, great for using scrap yarn and a fun way to add a splash of color and texture to your home.
You can view the crochet pattern for free HERE on my blog. This listing is for the ad free pdf instant download only and includes instructions to crochet your own 12" x 12" pillow form if you prefer not to purchase one.
Skill Level: Easy
Terms: US crochet terminology
Materials: Bernat Satin 4ww yarn or similar
Snow - 200 yards
Sage - 87 yards
Admiral - 93 yards
Optional button (any size) to accessorize by sewing to center of round 24
Hook Size: I/9-5.50mm & K/10 ½ -6.5 mm
Gauge: 13 dc & 7 rows = 4 inches
Finished Size: 12” x 12”
ch - chain, st(s) - stitch(es), sl st - slip stitch, sc - single crochet, dc - double crochet
Shell - (2 dc, sl st around ch-5, 2 dc) in indicated stitch
Herringbone hdc - yarn over, insert hook in indicated st, yarn over, pull through stitch and first loop on hook, yarn over, pull through remaining 2 loops on hook
Foundation hdc - If you are unfamiliar with this foundation chain, view this photo tutorial on my blog Photo tutorial: http://craftingfriendsdesigns.blogspot.com/2014/12/hdc-chainless-foundation.html
- Photos showing stitch placement are on the last page of pattern and are referenced as P1, P2, P3 etc.
- If you are ok working with 3 skeins of yarn connected at the same time, you can drop each color at the end of the round and pick up the next round color. Just carry each unused strand up the inside of the pillow until needed
- An optional button of any size may be stitched on to center Herringbone hdc section to accessorize
- If you prefer to work a basic chain, chain to the desired amount + 2, turn and hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across until you reach the correct hdc count for the foundation
- This design uses standing stitches to begin rounds unless otherwise stated. If you are unfamiliar with how to begin with standing stitches, you can use the following: ch 1, sc in very first st; ch 2, skip very first st to be counted as a hdc; ch 3, skip very first st to be counted as a dc; If you would like to learn how to work these stitches, you can find a great tutorial here: