The Picky Pillow

November 03, 2017

The Picky Pillow pattern is now available. The pillow is designed to support you, when you crochet or knit - or just want to relax.

Picky Pillow. Supports you when you crochet or knit.

The Tunisian twisted stitch pattern is used and a full photo tutorial for this is included in the pattern, so all you have to know in advance, is the Tunisian simple stitch and how to do a regular single crochet.

NOTICE

For a limited time only, the pattern is available at an INTRODUCTION PRICE.

...AND if you buy it now, then make sure you are logged in, as you should then automatically get access to updates. You might be happy about that later on... hint, hint.

Buy the Pattern

The pattern is available in English (US terms) from Ravelry and LoveCrochet. It is also available in Danish, where it is called 'Pernitten Pude'. Find the Danish version at LoveCrochet and Ravelry.

LoveCrochet also happens to have a sale starting right now. So find your yarn there.
LoveCrochet - BIG November sale

About the Pattern

As usual you get a pattern with lots of photos and guidance helping you out.

Cro-hook

The main part of the pillow is worked in rows back and forward. You will need a cro-hook / double-ended hook for this. With or without cable. This also means that the length of your cro-hook doesn't matter much, as you don't have to do a full forward pass before you start a return pass.

The Tunisian Twisted Stitch Pattern

Inner Pillow

In the pattern I suggest using an inner pillow. This is optional as the stitches are tight enough to hold the filling in. Personally I think and inner pillow gives you a more expensive looking pillow, and it will of course also help the pillow stay in shape. So instructions for making an inner pillow are included. And it is NOT difficult to make one.

Adjustable

The pattern also includes instructions for adjusting the pillow size any way you want. So it can fit any inner pillow you have already or whatever you decide you need.

Testers

It has been quite a journey to make this pattern. No less than three testers have helped me out and once again, I'm surprised how much testing can improve a pattern. Thank you to Marjolein, Ewa and Karen!

Selling Finished Products

Yes, you can do that. No problem! Read more in the menu: About > Copyright, Selling and Affiliate Links

Picky Pillow.

If you have any questions, just ask. You can find me here, on Ravelry or Facebook.



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