Loop Stitch Crochet, digital PDF download, detailed tutorial pictures and graph, pillow
*This listing is for an instant download pattern, and not a finished object*
A crochet pattern for a fun and fluffy crochet cushion, worked in rows of loop stitch and double crochet. Made using a 5mm hook and Aran weight yarn, the cushion works up quickly for maximum texture. The pattern includes options to create either an envelope crochet back, or an envelope sewn back.
UK terms with US translations. Both a graph and a written row by row instructions are provided. The cushion cover is designed to fit a 40x40cm cushion insert/pad.
Never tried loop stitch before? A detailed picture tutorial is given for loop stitch and extended loop stitch, to help you along the way! Included in the pattern: Materials List, Finished Size, Gauge, Abbreviations (with US translations) Pattern Notes, Loop Stitch Tutorial, How to change colour, The Pattern as a graph, The Pattern as row-by-row written instruction, Making up instructions
Some notes from my pattern testers "This was my first go at loop stitch and I found your instructions perfect, I didn't use anything else to help learn the technique - your description and photos were great!" Kate @jellybean_junction
"I loved working on this cushion, especially the loop stitch magic!" Liz @ficklecraftroom
"It was a stunning pattern and I couldn't put it down, so fun and so satisfying... those loops!" Fiona @pixie.and.flo
"I so loved making this ... I found the graph was great for me to follow but I also referred to the written instructions too" Natalie @sewing_the_seeds_of_love
"It fits perfectly. The pattern makes sense and is mega easy to follow" Emily @make.e
I’d love to see what you create! Tag your makes @lottieandalbert or #lottieandalbert Pattern belongs to Lindsey Newns. You may sell items made from this pattern if you credit me @lottieandalbert as the designer, but you may NOT download or print the pattern for resale or free distribution. Thanks to Fiona @pixie.and.flo, Liz @ficklecraftroom and Nat @sewing_the_seeds_of_love for allowing me to use their images in this listing.