Crochet Pattern: Flower Power Pillow

By Rachel Choi – 10 Comments
New in the Crochet Spot Store, the Flower Power Pillow is a fun home decor piece for a little girl’s room or for anyone who loves flowers and fun colors! This pillow is crocheted in several pieces that are sewn together. The pattern is great for beginners and includes a photo tutorial for sewing the pillow together for those who are not sure how. Feel free to mix and match your favorite colors or use one color for all the petals. Imagine having a whole bed full of Flower Power Pillows!

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10 Comments

  1. Squirrely Girly says:

    Soooooo cute! I wish it was free… :(

  2. Barbara says:

    Cute pattern! I going to make it for my daughter :) Thanks for the pattern!

  3. Mary says:

    Squirrely Girly, I think you have to understand that not everyting is free. I don’t mean to say this to be mean or anything. It’s just that everyone has to work to make a living (even people that make crochet patterns). There are plenty of free patterns that are for free on Crochet Spot. I’m always glad when I do see one that’s free but I’m also always happy to support Crochet Spot by buying a pattern that I like (it is worth it). I hope you can understand! :)

  4. Squirrely Girly says:

    Well, Mary, the thing is that my mom won’t buy me any patterns and I don’t have a credit card because I’m almost a teenager! How can I buy patterns if my mom won’t let me?

  5. SiewClark says:

    Work for it, Squirrely Girly. You can babysit, work in a Macdonald, Burger King part-time or during school break. Just some suggestions.

  6. Sharon says:

    Squirrely Girly: Would your mother use a credit card if you offered to earn the money for the pattern? Offering to work for the cost of the pattern may impress your mom. Just an idea. :)

  7. Namiko says:

    Don’t sweat it, Squirrely Girly. I think it’s perfectly reasonable to wish that things were free (I do it too!) But not everything is free, and accepting that is part of growing up. Maybe you can negotiate with your mom by doing extra chores, or by showing her that making something yourself is more satisfying and cheaper in the long run than buying something already made? You can make more of these and give them to your friends as presents, for example, instead of buying them something from a store. Heck, you can make them for HER friends! If you can figure out how to alter the pattern to make them smaller you can also make pet toys or key chain charms, too – I think the varieties are endless. Good luck!

  8. Lauren says:

    This is such a cute pillow!! I love the colors you picked, but can also see the wonderful possibilities of making it in a lot of different color combos. I think I’m going to have to make one for myself, then maybe one for my daughter hahah

  9. Squirrely Girly says:

    Thank you everybody, but I’m not old enough to work at a McDonald’s. :)

  10. Mary says:

    How about asking for patterns as a gift, maybe as a part of a birthday present or any other occasion? Just a thought :) I hope you’re able to work something out.

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