We all love to make our homes look attractive and crochet cushions are a wonderful way to add a unique splash of colour and creativity to any room.
Here is a quick list of all of my cushion patterns.
A Walk in the Garden
As many of my large squares work perfectly as a cushion facing I thought it was time to look at the back of cushions, as I have often been asked how to crochet the back for a cushion.
Most of the time I cheat and sew mine on to a readymade cover.
I get mine from Ikea as they sell a 100% cotton cover in lots of different colours, they have a zip and are easy to remove wash. The ones I use are called Gurli, they are 20 inches/50 cm square, and cost less than £2, which is cheaper that the yarn it will take to make the back of your cushion!
I prefer to work with cotton yarn for cushions, and my favourite yarn is Stylecraft Classique cotton Dk.
You can purchase the Classique cotton online at Woolwarehouse or Deramores by clicking on the Logo in my preferred partners link at the bottom of this page.
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