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Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion

from Flying Dutchman Crochet Design
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion
Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion
Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion
Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion
Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion
Daisy Pillow - Floral Cushion

Pattern Description:

I'm a huge fan of shaped pillows and cushions, and that's why I've made a crochet pattern for a huge pink daisy pillow! With this pattern you can easily make this pillow yourself, and use it as a gift or to decorate your home.

When made with a size G/4.0mm crochet needle and light worsted weight/DK yarn, the pillow will become approx. 17.6"/45cm in diameter.
When finished, this cushion will make a great decoration on any couch or bed!

Needed materials to make this pattern:
- a size G/4.0mm crochet needle, if you want the flower cushion to be the same size as pictured (around 45cm / 18inch in diameter).
- Light worsted weight/DK yarn: 660 yards/600m in pink (multiple shades of your choise), 330 yards /300m in yellow, 110yards/100m in orange, 100yards/90m in light yellow.
- Filling material.
- Tapestry needle.

Needed skills to make this pattern:
- Magic ring.
- Slip stitches.
- Single crochet.
- Increasing stitches.
- French knot embroidery.
- Basic sewing stitch.

Skill level indication:
- Sewing level: advanced beginner
- Embroidery level: intermediate
- Crochet level: beginner

There's a link in the pattern included to a free video and photo tutorial on how to make French knot embroidery.

The pattern is written in English using USA crochet terminology. The pattern description is written using abbreviations; there's an extensive list included to explain all abbreviations used. There are also a lot of detailed pictures included to guide you through the pattern.

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