We have a way to beautify your home with amazing ideas for crochet pillow covers. Crocheting is an art form, and it takes some time, not to mention a whole lot of patience to get the hang of it. Once you do though, you’re set for life, as new ideas are always coming up in the craft world. Take knit pillow covers for example. They are a great way to dress up a plain pillow, and there are a variety of patterns to try. We’ve rounded up 23 options for you below.
Everything You Need to Make Crochet Pillow Covers
14 Sizes Crochet Hooks Set,2mm(B)-10mm(N) Ergonomic Crochet Hooks with Case
Lion Brand Yarn 135-189 Hometown Yarn, Napa Valley Pinot
This first design is chic thanks to the varying button colors that are used across the front.
This is perfect for anyone in your life, as it works for sports team colors, or as a nice way to spice up a room in your home.
This multicolored pillow cover would jazz up any basic pillow.
If you need a pillow cover that will breathe life back into your space, look no further than this vibrant design.
This pillow cover is a great way to add some warmth, as the orange tones, coupled with pink and purple are reminiscent of a sunset.
Now here’s an idea: add some raised stitches into the knitting pattern to give your pillow cover an interesting touch.
Who says pillow designs have to be the same for both sides? This double sided pattern has one side in a floral-like design, while the second side has a multicolored “X” design.
Now this is how you make a statement! This elevated design shows off a white puff floral design inside little squares.
You don’t have to go big or go home: sometimes subtlety speaks volumes when it comes to crochet designs. Take this chocolate brown version with intricate stitching.
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Reds, yellows, and oranges come together for this brilliant pattern. The beauty of this design is that it can be done in a variety of ways – this photo shows 3!
Vivid blues give you a calming vibe with this pillow cover design.
Take your living room to a whole new level by matching your pillow covers to your furniture. The photo above uses green, but go with beige, red, whatever color you have – use it to your advantage!
Sometimes just a touch of crochet can do a pillow good. Crafting a nice edge to finish off a design, or to add a fun color to an already bright pattern is a great way to shake things up.
Try your hand at this complex (but cute!) animal design for your next pillow cover creation.
Florals don’t have to be one color: the photo above uses primary colors to jazz up a pillow. Try choosing a few and knitting them over a basic square pattern.
This cute starburst-like pattern adds the right amount of sparkle to a knitted white backdrop.
The coral color infuses a jolt of boldness into this tightly woven pillow cover.
This is a wonderful example of using colors within the same family to create different results. See how the lighter and darker blues work to brighten or shade each pillow?
A medium green gets a rustic touch with wooden-like buttons.
Crochet this green and gold masterpiece, and you’ll have a pillow that makes a cool statement.
Bold gets a whole new meaning thanks to this creative cover. The intricate details in color choices make it utterly amazing.
Another daring choice, this pillow cover gives you precise stitching, as it follows a strict pattern, while still maintaining the vibrant color scheme.
The complexity in this design comes from its type of stitch, so if you can pull this off, you’ll have a noteworthy pillow cover for sure.
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