"Neck pillow" Crochet Pattern
This is a crochet neck pillow.
I think it's a work with an impression that you don't see unexpectedly.
When I try to crochet, I am attached to it and it is a strangely cute item.
The neck pillow itself is cute because of its small size and round shape.
And I definitely want to crochet this with fluffy yarn.
This time, I crocheted with a RichMore yarn called POMERANIAN (unfortunately it is out of production), and I am falling in love with the cuteness beyond my imagination.
It's as cute as some kind of creature, and I end up cuddling it and stroking it.
There are still some shops that have Pomeranian in stock, and it seems that it is a bargain price, so I will put a link at the bottom of the page.
This work has polyester filling (approximately 150g) inside, so I crocheted it slightly tightly so that the gaps in the crocheted fabric are not noticeable.
For a Pomeranian, I would normally use an I-9 crochet hook, but this time I used an H-8 crochet hook.
I crocheted in combination with a needle that seems to be slightly thinner than the yarn.
Also, just to be sure, I don't have tight hands.
In terms of crocheting a little tighter, if you don't usually use long pile yarn, try crocheting one with straight yarn and then try to make it fluffy.
This is because the fluffy yarn is easy to crochet if it is a little loose, but this time I will crochet it tight.
I crocheted the third one with fluffy yarn.
By the time I got to the 3rd one, I was familiar with the number of stitches and places to be careful.
Still, it took a little longer than straight yarn.
The Pomeranian used this time can be seen through the crocheted fabric when held up to the light, so if you have trouble checking your eyes, please try it.
What is a slightly thicker yarn for a H-8 crochet hook? If you're not sure, or if you can't find the right yarn, you can try crocheting with two extra yarns.
For the sample works, I crocheted with DK and Fingering yarns, except for the one using Pomeranian.
Please use it for extra yarn consumption!
This work uses only basic crocheting methods, and does not use any particularly difficult techniques.
However, because it's so simple, it feels like it's easy to make simple mistakes, so I wrote in the pattern where you should put a marker on the crocheted fabric.
Another thing to keep in mind is that when you start crocheting and you start to see the shape, you won't be able to stop wanting to complete it quickly!
Personally, it was a fun piece to crochet without getting bored.
The completed pillows are very popular with the children at home (especially the fluffy one).
It's a cute item to use, so please try crocheting it!
Mostly basic technique: ★★★★★
Difficult to make mistakes: ★★★☆☆
Good tempo: ★★★★☆
Completed in a short time: ★★★★★
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