Brighten your playroom’s lounger with this spotty 20″ cushion. Made in any color!
- Location: New Jersey
- Pattern: No specific pattern! Just followed my instinct – see more on my original piece.
- Materials: Remnants of Hobby Lobby “I love this yarn” and Red Heart Super Saver (I buy from knitting-warehouse.com for a softer product!)
- Construction: Solid granny squares, slip stitched together, with a neon reverse SC border and button closure..
- Similar Pieces: Cushion Covers
- Design Inspiration: A photo passed to me from the initial recipient of Cushion Cover 4
- Shop this piece: Similar on Etsy
What a quick work-up this is! I use 32 total two-round solid granny squares, which are so great to use up remnants. Then I border each with two rounds grey, working the second round on the wrong side to add visual interest.
This is the one project where I do not join as I go… I slip stitch the squares together to form a raised grid on the piece. You could add buttons at the crosses, but I like the unfinished look!
Once both sides are complete, I go around three of the edges (wrong sides held together) with a reverse single crochet. Rev SC is not the same on both sides, but it does look pretty enough from the wrong side to still look great. on the fourth side, I sew buttons and crochet button holes for the closure. I’ve thought about trying an envelope closure with this piece, but haven’t braved it yet! Would have to buy a 22″ cushion for testing.
2 thoughts on “Cushion Cover No. 5”
Do you sleep woman? Good lord you can crank out the crochet!
Lol! I am very persistent to finish a project once I start it. While I do enjoy the process, it’s the finished object that gives me joy! 🙂
Thanks for reading and a happy holiday season to you!