This chunky crochet plaid pillow works up very fast and makes a quick and easy way to add some rustic holiday flair to any room. Use this free crochet pattern to make pillows for every room! 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Crochet Plaid Pillow | Make this cozy plaid pillow, the perfect accent for your rustic holiday or cabin retreat.

Welcome everyone to plaid week! I am absolutely humbled by your positive feedback and loving encouragement on this project, and I truly hope you find a project that you absolutely love this week! Today is the first day of plaid week and I am sharing this quickest pattern of all, this chunky crochet plaid pillow. 

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CROCHET PLAID PILLOW – FREE CROCHET PATTERN 

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What you need: (affiliate links)
Tuff Puff Bulky Yarn – 1 ball of Serrano, 2 balls of Black and 2 balls of Pomegranate
Size P (10mm) hook
16 x 16 pillow form

Abbreviations: American Terms
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet 
Sl st – Slip Stitch

Gauge: 8 dc = 5″ 

 

Click here for a video tutorial for the Plaid Stitch

 

It includes all 13 plaid patterns!

 

Ch 48. Taking care not to twist your ch, sl st into the first ch, making a large loop. 
1. Ch 1. Sc in each ch. Join with a sl st. (48 sts)
2. Ch 1. Work the dc plaid stitch all the way across, alternating black and wine. Join with a sl st.  (48 sts)
3. – 13. Ch 1. Work the dc plaid stitch all the way across. Join with sl st. 
14. Using black, Ch 1. Sc in each st across. Join with sl st. (48 sts). 
Don’t break yarn. 

You should have a plaid tube. Flatten your tube so the join is on the very right, and the seam runs down the side of the tube. Beginning where you left off, sl st all the way across the top, going through both layers to it sews it together. Tie off and weave in end. 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Crochet Plaid Pillow | Make this cozy plaid pillow, the perfect accent for your rustic holiday or cabin retreat.

 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Crochet Plaid Pillow | Make this cozy plaid pillow, the perfect accent for your rustic holiday or cabin retreat.

Put your pillow into the plaid pillow case. It will be a nice, snug fit. Using black yarn, sl st the remaining end closed. Tie off and weave in ends. 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Crochet Plaid Pillow | Make this cozy plaid pillow, the perfect accent for your rustic holiday or cabin retreat.

 

FREE Crochet Pattern: Crochet Plaid Pillow | Make this cozy plaid pillow, the perfect accent for your rustic holiday or cabin retreat.

 

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17 Comments

  1. Thanks for the pattern! I ran out today and got some wool to make the pillow. One question though – I purchased a P hook which is 11.5 mm and started it but it feels too big and loose compared to what it should look like. I have a smaller grey hook that looks like yours in the picture which is a K I think. So should I use a smaller hook or is the P hook the correct one? Thanks again for the great pattern and video

    1. Hi Nancy! My P hook is a 10 mm. I wonder why the difference, that is a pain, I am sorry! It is quite a bit larger than a K hook, but it depends on your gauge.

      1. No worries! After I asked the question, I saw the first post where you intoduced the week of plaid and listed out all the amounts. Thank you!

  2. I’ll start off with AMAZING PATTERNS AND DESIGNS!! I’ve created a few things of yours and they always come out perfect. Thank you so much for everything you do! Love Whistle and Ivy!
    Next, could you release the colors you used for this design? Obviously one is black Hahaha!
    Thanks!!

      1. Thank you so much! I can’t wait to see what else you come up with for plaid week! I’m excited to make a few pillow’s for my living room!
        I’ll have to get some photos of the things I made posted and tag you! I made a few pairs of baby shoes for my niece and also made chevron tablet covers for everyone in my house!