If you’re looking for cute crochet pillow patterns, I’ve got you covered. Crochet pillows make such great additions to any home decor.
You can sit them on the couch in your living room or on your bed in your bedroom. They really do just make any room look stylish and comfortable.
In this post, I’m sharing a variety of crochet pillow patterns. You’ll find cactus pillows, food pillows, animal pillows, classic pillows, and more.
Anthropologie Inspired Long Pillow
This pillow would add a great pop of color to a minimalist bedroom. The skill level isn’t listed for this pattern; however, I would say that this pattern would be best for intermediate crocheters.
Beginners may find the written pattern to be overwhelming. Get the pattern from Bella Coco Crochet.
Boho Vibes Pillow
This boho vibes is inspired by ’70s home decor. However, as the pattern creator says “this is ’70s decor with a glow up.”
I think this pillow is so beautiful, and you can do so many different things with the colors. Get the pattern from Chain 8 Designs.
I love this adorable penguin cushion. This pillow would look cute sitting in your chair. You can create your penguin with or without the bow. You can also change the color of your bow. Get the pattern from Zoe Creates.
This cute little unicorn pillow to be squeezed and snuggled. This pillow would look wonderful in a nursery or child’s bedroom. You can make your own using pastel colors or darker colors if you prefer. Get the pattern from Yalis and Yabos Crochet.
French Macaron Pillow
Treat yourself or a friend to this French macaron pillow. This pattern comes with two sizes: Large – 13 inches in diameter and small – 9 inches in diameter. This is a great project for beginners. Get the pattern from North Mountain Knits Co.
This shark pillow would look great in a child’s room. It would also be a great birthday gift for a child or adult. This is such a great pillow design. Get the pattern from Spin a Yarn Studio.
This rainbow pillow is just the cutest. This pillow would make a wonderful gift for a little girl or boy. You can change up the colors to suit the child you’re giving it to. Get the pattern from Yalis and Yabos Crochet.
This rainbow pillow is just darling. I really love the color scheme used for this pillow. I also love the clouds that are attached to the bottom of the pillow. Get the pattern from Poppie Joe and Co.
How cute is this lips pillow? This pillow would make a wonderful gift for a child or teenager. I would personally love to keep this pillow in home library. Get the pattern from Toys by Hvatik.
Diamonds in the Puff Pillow
This classic diamonds in the puff pillow is just gorgeous. If seeing the puffs in the design worry you, don’t let them. This is actually an easy pattern that’s beginner-friendly. Get the pattern from A Ruby Webbs.
If you love the cactus aesthetic, you have to make this pillow for yourself. This cactus pillow would also make a great housewarming gift for a friend or family member. Get the pattern from A Crafty Concept.
Many Cats Square
I absolutely adore this cat square crochet pillow. I don’t own a cat and I still want to make this for myself. If you’re a cat owner this pillow would make the perfect addition to your home decor. Get the pattern from Pony McTate.
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