Make a Gorgeous Boho Crochet Pillow with This Free Pattern!

Find Beauty&Makeup — it's free
Personal Care

Make a Gorgeous Boho Crochet Pillow with This Free Pattern!

Table of Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Materials Needed
  3. Getting Started
  4. Loop Stitch Section
  5. Bobble Stitch Section
  6. Repeating the Pattern
  7. Seaming the Panels
  8. Stuffing the Pillow
  9. Seaming the Top
  10. Conclusion



In this crochet tutorial, we will be creating a beautiful boho textures pillow pattern. With everyone spending more time at home, it's important to create a cozy and inviting space, and what better way to do that than with touchable textures? This pattern utilizes both the loop stitch and the bobble stitch, which not only create fascinating textures but are also quite enjoyable to work with. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, this pattern will surely provide you with a fun and rewarding project.

Materials Needed

To complete this pillow pattern, you will need the following materials:

  • Approximately 310 yards of size six super bulky weight yarn, such as Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
  • A ten-millimeter crochet hook
  • A tapestry needle (not required for seaming)
  • A pillow form (sizes will be mentioned in the written pattern)

Getting Started

Before diving into the pattern, it's important to familiarize yourself with the basic crochet stitches and techniques. If you need a refresher, there are plenty of online tutorials and resources available. Once you feel confident, gather all the materials mentioned above and let's get started!

Loop Stitch Section

The first step is to create the loop stitch section of the pattern. Begin by chaining 29 stitches and then single crochet into each chain, resulting in a total of 28 stitches for Row 1. The stitch count will remain consistent throughout the pattern. For the loop stitch, chain one and turn your work. Working into each stitch of the row, insert your hook, yarn over, and bring both loops simultaneously through the stitch. Repeat this process for each stitch of the row, always chaining one and turning your work to maintain consistency.

Bobble Stitch Section

After completing the loop stitch section, it's time to move on to the bobble stitch section. Start by working a row of single crochet into the back loops of the stitches on top of the loop stitch section. This creates a visual separation between the loops and the bobbles. To make a bobble stitch, yarn over and insert your hook into the next stitch. Complete the first part of a double crochet by yarning over, pulling up a loop, and drawing through the first two loops. Repeat this process two more times, resulting in four loops on your hook. Yarn over and draw through all four loops, then make a tight single crochet into the next stitch. Repeat this bobble stitch sequence across the row.

Continue alternating between rows of bobbles and rows of single crochet, making sure to work into the back loops of the stitches on top of the bobble rows. Stagger the bobbles in the second set of rows to create a visually appealing pattern. Repeat this sequence for a total of three rows of bobbles, or as specified in the written pattern.

Repeating the Pattern

Once you have completed the bobble section, it's time to start another loop stitch section. Repeat the loop stitch section, followed by another bobble section, and end with an additional loop stitch section. This repeating pattern will give the pillow its unique texture and visual appeal. For the back panel of the pillow, you can choose to repeat the same pattern or use a basic stitch, such as single crochet or half double crochet. Ensure both panels are the same size.

Seaming the Panels

With both panels completed, it's time to seam them together. Start by placing the panels with their right sides facing each other. Begin seaming up one of the long sides, using slip stitches to join the edges. Work evenly along the edges, inserting your hook into the edge of one panel and then into the edge of the next panel. Continue slip stitching until you reach the end of the long side.

Proceed to seam up the remaining three sides, keeping in mind that the short sides are easier to seam as they have actual stitches to work into. Use slip stitches or single crochet stitches, depending on your preference. Adjust the tension evenly, ensuring both sides are of equal length.

Stuffing the Pillow

Once you have finished seaming the panels, turn the pillow right-side in and it's time to stuff it. The length of the pillowcase allows for stuffing up to an 18-inch pillow form. However, you can also use a smaller pillow form, such as a 16-inch one, for a more snug and defined look. Another option is to stuff the pillow with old textiles or fabrics you have lying around the house, adding a decluttering aspect to your project. Ensure the pillow is evenly filled, giving it a plump and cozy appearance.

Seaming the Top

After stuffing the pillow, all that's left is to seam up the top. This seam will be on the outside of the pillow, providing a clean and finished look. Start by fastening on and inserting your hook into each stitch of the front and back panels, slip stitching them together. Continue slip stitching until you have reached the end, fasten off, and weave in any loose ends.


Congratulations! You have successfully completed a beautiful boho textures pillow. This cozy and inviting addition will instantly elevate any corner of your home, providing comfort and style. Feel free to make multiple pillows in different colors and sizes to suit your personal taste and home decor. Crocheting is a wonderful way to unleash your creativity and enjoy the art of handmade items. Have fun exploring different stitch patterns, colors, and designs, as the possibilities are truly endless.

Are you spending too much time on makeup and daily care?

Personal care

BEAUTYBADY has the world's largest selection of Beauty&Makeup to choose from, and each Beauty&Makeup has a large number of Beauty&Makeup, so you can choose Beauty&Makeup for beauty bady!

Browse More Content
Body Care
Face Care
Lips Care
Eye Care
Hair Care
Nail Care