Bobbles Of Fun Cushion Cover
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New cushion cover for spring redecorating I hear you say? I’ve got you covered! In February I was gifted some beautiful yarn from Knitshop.co.uk and the Bobbles Of Fun Cushion Cover was born, with it’s bobble texture and big wooden buttons, what’s not to love. The best part is I’m sharing this pattern with you all for FREE and not only that but you can also get your hands on a huge 15% discount code for Knitshop.co.uk. We are literally serving this project to you, so who’s ready to have bobbles of fun!?
Before we get to the pattern and that all important discount code, let me share with you a bit about Knitshop.co.uk and the gorgeous yarn I used on this project.
“knitshop.co.uk and knitshop yarns was founded in 2004 by Julieta Brandao. Offering a wide range of natural, quality designer yarns for hand knitting and crochet. Natural wool fleece and tops for felting and spinning as well as accessories and patterns. Based in London, knitshop.co.uk is a friendly, small family run business for good quality yarns.“
THE YARN: The gorgeous yarn I was gifted is 100% wool and I can honestly say it was the least itchiest wool I’ve ever used. I tend to avoid wool for this reason, I don’t have the patience to keep washing and wearing until it gets soft, yes I’m that person! This yarn was a dream to work with and something I would be willing to spend my own dollar on, that’s saying something! It ran smoothly through my fingers while crocheting and my finished cushion cover is so soft and snuggly, I cannot wait for my next Thick and Easy project.
Why not find out more about Knitshop.co.uk, their yarn and current projects over on their Instagram page, here.
Ready to get going? Find your 15% discount code below in the “Materials” section :).
7 mm hook
X 2 40mm wooden buttons, I bought mine from amazon.
Thick and Easy from Knitshopyarns.co.uk in;
X 3 100g white
X 1 100g Candy Apple Red
X 1 100g Rose Pink
X 1 100g Fuchsia
X 2 5cm buttons
Use discount code Cushion15 for 15% off your yarn for this project. Please note this code does not have a minimum spend, but can not be used in combination with other products or other discount codes / vouchers.
37 x 37 cm
This pattern is written in US terminology
Ch – chain
St – stitch
Hdc – half double crochet
Bo – bobble stitch
Rep – repeat
Con – continue
Sk – Skip
- For stitch tutorials please see the Hev’s Home Crochet YouTube channel, here.
- Each bobble row should have 20 bobbles
Ch – 36
Row 1: Hdc in the second ch from hook and rep in each st until the end. Ch 2 and turn.
Row 2: Hdc in the 1st stitch in the row and in each stitch to the end, ch 2 and turn.
Row 3 – 18: Rep row 2
Row 19: Rep row 2 but change colour at the end of the row, using Pale Rose (if you are following the pattern), ch 3 in Pale Rose and turn.
Row 20: Using Pale rose make a bobble stitch in the first stitch, *hdc in the next, bo in the next*, rep * to * to the end of the row. (The last stitch in the row should be hdc). Change colour at the end of the row to White, Ch 2 and turn.
Row 21: Hdc just like in row 2 in each st to the end
Row 22: Rep row 2
Row 23: Rep row 19 changing to Fuchsia, Ch 3 and turn
Row 24: Using Fuchsia make a bobble stitch in the first stitch, *hdc in the next, bo in the next*, rep * to * to the end of the row. (The last stitch in the row should be hdc)., ch 2 and turn
Row 25: Still using Fuchsia, hdc in each st to the end, ch 3 and turn
Row 26: Rep row 24 a the end change to white at the end, ch 2 and turn
Row 27-29: Rep row 19 changing to Candy Apple Red in the last st, ch 3 and turn
Row 30: Rep row 20 using Candy Apple Red
Row 31: rep row 21
Row 32: Rep row 20
Row 33: Rep row 21
Row 34: Rep row 20, change to white in the last st, ch 2 and turn
Row 35 – 37 – rep row 2, change to Fuchsia in the last st.
Row 38 – 40: work rows 24 – 26.
Row 41 – 43 – Rep row 2 using white, change to Pale Rose in the last stitch.
Row 44: Rep row 20, change to white on the last st
Row 45 – 61: Rep row 2
Row 62 – Hdc in the first 8, ch 3, sk 3 and hdc in the next 17, ch 3, sk 3, hdc in the last 9
Row 63 – Hdc in the first 9, 3 hdc into the ch 3 space, hdc in the next 17, 3 hdc into the ch 3 space, hdc in the last 8 st’s
Fast off and sew in your ends.
Cut 4 lengths of yarn. Insert some stitch markers in the third row of Hdc under the single bobble row. Fold at the end over your cushion cover at these markers and sew along the edges ( you should be sewing the white area up to the middle of the three row bobble section) Continue this on the other side then move onto the other end of the cushion. Once all 4 sides are sewn.
Add your buttons to the side without button holes. Add your buttons directly where the button holes fall to make sure you line up your work.
Sew in your ends and enjoy your cushion.
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Now for the boring bit…
This pattern and images are copyright of Hev’s Home Crochet. Hev’s Home Crochet have been given permission to use any images belonging to Knitshop.co.uk. You must not sell or reproduce this pattern. You may sell items made from this pattern but must credit Hev’s Home Crochet as the designer.
Enjoy your cuppa,