About Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow

I have the sweetest sister-in-law who is also quite a fan of crochet. She is one of the reasons I started Milla Billa and has been so supportive. She made the Mama Anette bobble stitch pillow and needed a partner for it. So I got the pattern written down on “Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow”.

This free crochet pattern on “Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow” is the finest sofa cushion with bobble texture, which gives a playful expression. It’s really good to put together with pillows of a different material such as cotton or velour. The “Handmade” tag gives the pillow a more finished look, and the zipper is inserted so the pillow can be washed if it should get a little shabby in hygiene.

Partner up

If you want to partner up this one, there is these two crochet patterns on pillows, that is a perfect match: Mama Anette Bobble Stitch Pillow and Pops Jens Bobble Stitch Pillow.

Time to produce: 10 hours
Skill level: Medium
Format: 45 x 45 cm
Mor Anette boblepude

This free crochet pattern on Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow requires that you can make bobble stitches and single crochet.

You can choose not to insert the zipper and sew it together instead. Here a small amount of yarn can be left inside the pillow, which can be used if the pillow is to be washed and sewn together again.

Mor Anette boblepude

Pattern

Tools

Materials

Mor Anette boblepude

The front

When you crochet Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow, you crochet with 2 threads of cotton yarn 8/4 at the same time.

Start: Use needle 4.5 mm and chain 79 (ch). Start in the 2nd stitch from the hook.

ROW 1 Use needle size 4 mm: 78 single crochet (sc) + 1 ch, turn

ROW 2 2 sc (1 bobble stitch + 4 sc) 12 times, 1 bobble stitch, 2 sc + 1 ch, turn

ROW 3-7 78 sc + 1 ch, turn

ROW 8-73 Repeat rows 2-7

ROW 74 Repeat row 2

ROW 75 Repeat row 3

The front side of the pillow ends up on 13 x 13 bubbles, where you start and end with a row of single crochet.

Finish with a chain stitch, fasten off and weave in ends.

Mor Anette boblepude

The back

Use 2 balls of cotton yarn 8/4 at the same time.

Start: Use needle 4.5 mm and chain 79 (ch). Start in the 2nd stitch from the hook.

ROW 1-78 Use needle size 4 mm: 78 sc + 1 ch, turn

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Assembling

Crochet the pieces together

Mor Anette boblepude

Hold both pieces of Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow together with the front sides inwards / towards each other.

Crochet the pieces together with single crochet all the way around, leaving an opening in the bottom so that the pillow can come in: Start 2.5 cm inside the bottom right side, single crochet all the way around and finish 2.5 cm inside the bottom. Turn the pillow so that it is inside out.

Sew on the “Handmade”-tag

I have placed the tag in on the right side, where it is sewn in from the back with a few stitches. It gives the pillow a more finished and professional look, and leather is a really nice material contrast to the yarn.

Attaching the zipper

If you choose to attach a zipper, open the zipper, fasten it with clamps and sew around the edge with a sewing needle. (see the video below) Then put the pillow in and voila – the pillow is done.

Sew it together

If you choose to sew the pillow together, roll a small ball of yarn together (1-2 meters) and put it inside. Then the pillow can be cut open once it needs to be washed, and when it needs to be sewn back together, you are sure to have some yarn in the right color.

Insert inner pillow and yarn ball and sew the bottom together with a tapestry needle. And yes – the pillow is finished.

Perfect partners for Malene Bobble Stitch Pillow …

I just love these crochet patterns for bobble stitch pillows. They have the sweetest texture, and the bobble stitches stands out so prettily. I have three crochet patterns for pillows with bobble, so you can make nice partners 🙂

Mama Anette Bobble Stitch Pillow
Free Crochet Pattern By Millla Billa
Pops Jens Bobble Stitch Pillow
Free Crochet Pattern By Millla Billa

I have made some helpful videos that should make it easier for you to understand the pattern. It’s just usually easier in live pictures 🙂 All videos are made and edited by Milla Billa. Music by www.bensound.com.

Crochet guide by Milla Billa
Crochet guide by Milla Billa
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