Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

Hello lovelies!  Today I have hooked up with a fabulous group of bloggers to share our crochet pillow projects with you.  It’s all part of a fun blog hop sponsored by Simplicity.  During the hot summer months I often forget how much I love to crochet!  This Crochet Bubble Pillow was a quick project that adds a pop of color and texture to our living room decor.

Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

The folks at Red Heart sent us some of their uber soft yarn to use.  For this pillow I used Red Heart Soft Yarn in Deep Sea.  This yarn is super soft and awesome to work with!  Seriously I wanted to snuggle up to the whole skein.

Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

We have accents of turquoise throughout our home and this pillow is the perfect addition to our collection of sofa cushions.  I used this Pillow Popper pattern from Linda Permann on Ravelry.  It worked up quickly and would be a good beginner project for someone wanting to practice their single and double crochet stitches.  Bubbles are far easier to create than they look – trust me!

Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

Mmmmmm soft and smooshy!  Be sure to check out all of the gorgeous pillows and enter for your chance to win a ton of crochet goodies!

Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

Crochet Yo Yo Pillow – Sugar Bee Crafts

Retro Style Round Pillow – Flamingo Toes | Woven Tassel Pillow – Persia Lou

Crochet Bubble Pillow – Twin Dragonfly Designs | Geo Stripe Pillow – Whistle and Ivy Crochet Bubble Pillow & Giveaway

Crochet Bubble Pillow – Twin Dragonfly Designs | Geo Stripe Pillow – Whistle and Ivy

Enter to win our Crochet Pillow Blog Hop GIVEAWAY!!

Prize – valued at over $200!

Boye Crochetmaster

Boye Yarn Ball Winder

Red Hear Soft Yarn– 10 skeins

Soak Wash Set

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  1. Em says

    I’m your classic broke college student, so winning this would definitely help me out with my holiday gift-giving. Hats all around!
    (Also, I’ve never seen that many hooks in my life. I’m not sure I could deal with having that many options after just having an I-hook for so long. I’d probably pass out.)

  2. Krista says

    One thinb I really regret not buying is a yarn winder! I have the saddest stash of yarn balls I end up spending precious crochet time untangling. It so irks my sense of organization. My nephews love any yarn I get– it gets their creative minds flowing for things to ask their aunt to make! A girl can dream…

  3. Nicci says

    What a fabulous giveaway. Have only been crocheting for about 4 weeks, already completed 1 baby blanket for a local charity & have almost finished another. I would use this wool to complete several more for the charity that I’m making Baby Blankets for, they are then given to new mum’s in need along with loads of baby essentials to help them start life with a new baby.

  4. Amanda Y says

    I would make some baby afghans and some pillow covers. I am learning how to crochet, so, if I could master those, then maybe I would also make a sweater with some of the yarn. What a great opportunity to win a beginning crochet set! Thanks!

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