Sunny Stripes Patio Pillow Free Crochet Pattern
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With bright colors and bold stripes, the Sunny Stripes Patio Pillow is a perfect way to brighten up your patio and get it ready for all the summer barbecues, pool parties and get togethers. This quick and easy pillow is made with only one skein of Bernat Maker Outdoor yarn and works up in one afternoon.
For this project, I picked out a $5 turquoise patio pillow from walmart and used a stitch that would let some of the turquoise show through and accent the bright orange of the yarn. Make up a few of these and a few of my Sun Shine Patio Pillows and your outdoor living area will have a beautiful pop of cheery color.
The yarn used in this project is the new Bernat Maker Outdoor yarn. This yarn still has the soft stretchy feel of the Maker line but with and added fade resistance for outdoor use. Using a big hook, the yarn helped make the super quick project.
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Sunny Stripe Patio Pillow
1 Skein Bernat Maker Outdoor Yarn
Size M/N 9 mm Crochet Hook
Large Yarn Needle
Inexpensive Patio Pillow
Stitches and Abbreviations
Ch – Chain
Sc – Singles Crochet
St(s) – Stitches
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Slst – Slip Stitch
– With my tension I was able to get three rows from each color before the color changed, I would have 1-2 feet left over of each color. I just clipped the yarn and started the new color at the end of the third row.
– I do not count the turning chain as a stitch.
Sunny Stripes Patio Pillow Pattern
Using the first color of the skein.
Row 1: Ch 33, Hdc in the third chain from the hook, hdc in each ch across. Turn your work and hdc down the other side of the ch. Slst to the first hdc. (64)
Now, pull yarn until you reach the next color on your skein. You will clip off the excess yarn and save it for the last row. Start using the new color.
Row 2-4: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 5: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 6: Ch2, turn. *Hdc, Ch1, skip stitch* repeat from *to* until you reach the end of the row. Slst to first Hdc.
Row 7: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 8-10: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 11: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 12: Ch2, turn. *Hdc, Ch1, skip stitch* repeat from *to* until you reach the end of the row. Slst to first Hdc.
Row 13: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 14-16: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 17: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 18: Ch2, turn. *Hdc, Ch1, skip stitch* repeat from *to* until you reach the end of the row. Slst to first Hdc.
Row 19: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc.(64)
Row 20-22: Ch2, turn. 64 Hdc, slst to first hdc. (64)
Stuff cover with inexpensive patio pillow.
Row 23: Ch 1, Sc through both sides of the cover and fasten off. (32 sc)
You will be getting a little low on yarn by now. You can use the yarn that was clipped off at the beginning to finish this last row.
Last, weave in all your ends and your Sunny Stripes Pillow is ready to brighten up your patio.
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