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The Winter Snow Scene Pillow is a premium crochet pattern and portraits an amazingly beautiful Winter Wonderland Landscape using the Fair Isle crochet technique.
It was cold outside and as I was walking with my thick winter boots and jacket through the forest in Germany I picture this view in front of me as a painting. A view like no other. Some trees were covered in snow, some were not, but all of them were illuminated by the the light of the moon. The snow was glittery white and made crunchy and squeaky sounds as I was walking one foot after another. Besides my family walking and talking next to me, I could only hear the cold wind moving the trees. It was simply beautiful and dreamy.
That is the memory I have from one of the Sunday hikes my family and I went on one winter evening. And we went on lots of them. I took this one memory and made it into a Winter Snow Scene pillow as a reminder of its beauty. Can you imagine having a pillow like this in your home?
How the Winter Snow Scene Crochet Pillow is Made
This pillow was made using the fair isle technique which is the waistcoat stitch aka knit stitch. It’s much easier than it might sound. Once you know how to crochet this stitch it will as easy as following a graph or written pattern (available for both right and left-handed crocheters).
The backside was made in one solid color and the front has the winter snow scene shown off beautifully.
The pillow was made using Hobby Lobby’s Yarn Bee Soft Secret yarn which is a worsted weighted yarn. But you can use any other worsted weighted yarn. You can even use different colors if you wish.
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Snowflake Pattern Tutorials
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If you do not want to join The Crochet Club, you can also purchase the ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern at the links below. But the members of the the All-Access Membership automatically get this pdf pattern for free.
How to crochet the Winter Snow Scene Pillow
You will need:
- Hobby Lobby Yarn Bee (300yds/170g) (less than 1 worsted skein each) in the colors
- Denim/94 (blue)
- Navy/ 96 (dark blue)
- Light Denim/ 92 (light blue)
- Fog/ 36 (beige)
- White/ 12 (white)
- 3.5mm hook
- tapestry needle
- Pillow insert: 14×9 inches (or stuff with stuffing)
5 wst x 6 Rounds = 1 square inch
14 x 9 inches
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
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