This eye-catching mini cushion is a fantastic way to practise treble stitches that crochet up to create much-loved granny squares. Corinne Bradd has used the different coloured yarns in your kit to build up the design and has sewn it over a simple fabric cover, using a little toy stuffing to fill. It really couldn’t be simpler! This pattern makes one big granny square, however, if you have some additional yarn to use up, you could create several smaller squares and join them together to make the front of a larger cushion.
- yarn: blue, coral, yellow, green,
- white, pink
- hook: 5.5mm
- fabric: cotton
- sewing needle
Measurements & sizes
- cushion: approx 22cm
- double crochet (dc)
- treble (tr)
- Using blue yarn 6ch and join into a ring with a sl st Work 12dc into the ring and join with a sl st 3ch, work 2tr into adjoining st, *2ch, work 3tr into next st, miss a st, ch, work 3tr into next st, rep from * to end and join with sl st Fasten off
- Join peach yarn to ch sp with a sl st, 3ch, work 2tr into ch sp, ch, *3tr into 2ch sp, 2ch, 3tr into same ch sp, ch, 3tr into ch sp, ch, rep from * to end and join with sl st Fasten off
- Cont in the same fashion, changing colour every row. When your cushion cover has reached the desired size , work dc into every st and ch sp
To make up
Make a cushion cover from two equal squares of plain or printed cotton fabric. Stuff with fibre filling and close up the end seam. Pin the crochet square to the front of the cushion, lining up the sides. Oversew the crochet onto the cushion pad with similar coloured sewing cotton.