The Boho Cushion cover is the perfect modern home accessory. The bobbles are so chic and brighten up any room!
This pattern is for the 12″ size and you can purchase the full ad-free pattern for sizes 12″, 18″ and 22″ on Ravelry and Etsy.
- 5mm crochet hook
- 230yds Aran weight cotton yarn. I used Paintbox yarn from LoveCrafts
- Darning needle
- Cushion insert
Abbreviations (US terms)
- Ch = chain
- Hdc = half double crochet
- Bo = bobble = *yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops,* repeat until you have 6 loops on your hook in total. Yarn over, pull through all 6 loops.
Notes on the pattern
The pattern is written in US terms.
Ch2 does not count as a stitch.
2hdc means to make 1hdc in each of the next 2 stitches.
The pattern is worked as a long rectangle and then folded in half and sewed around the cushion insert. If you would like the bobble pattern on both sides, continue with the row repeats instead of the plain hdc rows.
Gauge = 13 stitches and 11 rows = 4”x4”
Row 1 – Ch 36, starting in the third ch from the hook, hdc in each ch across. Ch2,turn(34)
Row 2 – 2hdc, bo, 11 hdc, bo, 10 hdc, bo, 8 hdc. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 3 – Hdc in each stitch across. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 4 – 4 hdc, bo, 7 hdc, bo, 10 hdc, bo, 3 hdc, bo, 6 hdc. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 5 – Hdc in each stitch across. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 6 – 6 hdc, bo, 3 hdc, bo, 10 hdc, bo, 7 hdc, bo,4 hdc. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 7 – Hdc in each stitch across. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 8 – 8 hdc, bo, 10 hdc, bo, 11 hdc, bo, 2 hdc. Ch2, turn(34)
Row 9 – Hdc in each stitch across. Ch2, turn (34)
Row 10 – 33 – Repeat rows 2-9
Row 34-65 Hdc in each stitch across. Ch2, turn (34) On the last row, do not ch2, turn, fasten off leaving approximately 60cm to sew up your cushion. Go to assembling the cushion instruction.
Assembling the cushion
Fold your cushion cover in half so the bobble stitch side is on the front and the hdc rows are on the back. Begin by sewing together the two pieces across the bottom edge of the cushion. I use mattress stitch for an invisible seam but you can use your preferred method. Next, sew up the side of the cushion. Align the rows on each side of the cushion to ensure it is sewn evenly. You may want to pin the sides of the cushion together to keep it even. Fasten off and weave in your ends. Put the cushion insert in to the cushion cover. Attach your yarn to either corner and sew the final side together. Fasten off and weave in your ends.