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Crochet Easy Mountain Throw Pillow Tutorial
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Crochet: Crochet Throw Pillow Slipcover – Mountains

How to crochet a throw pillow cover? In this crochet pattern, I show you how to make your own throw pillow slip cover using the single-crochet stitch. This crochet pattern is very simple and easy to follow and is great for beginners!

Crochet Mountain Throw Pillow Slipcover Video Tutorial:

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Stitches Used in this Crochet Tutorial:

Attach yarn to crochet hook using a slip knot:
Chain (CH):
Single Crochet (SC):
Slip Stitch (SL st):

DIY Yarn Tassel (Need 4 for this project):

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Mountain Throwpillow Slipcover Crochet Pattern:

Crochet Hook: K/6.5MM
Yarn: Any 2 strands of size 4 Medium yarn will work for this project.
18’’ x 18’’ Throw Pillow Insert
4 Tassels (tutorial here:

*Note: we are going to be crocheting 2 strands of yarn as if they were one strand for this entire project.

Attach yarn to crochet hook using a slip knot.

Row 1: CH 51, turn.

Row 2: Starting in the 2nd CH st from crochet hook, place 1 SC in the BLO of each st in the row (50 total SC st).  At the end of the row, turn work toward the starting tail and then place 1 SC in each of the FLO st from Row 1 (this will create a circular pattern) (50 total SC st on this side, 100 SC st in the round).

Row 3: Starting in the 1st SC st from Row, place 1 SC in the BLO of each st in the row (100 total SC st).  This will create a continuous loop, or spiral, pattern.

Rows 4 – 49: Place 1 SC in the BLO of each st in each row.

Row 50: Make sure you work this pattern until you make it to one of the natural folds if you lay the throw pillow down on a flat surface.  From here, CH 1 and then turn the work.  Place 1 SC in the next 50 stitches.  CH 1, turn.

Row 51: Place 1 SC in each st in the row (50 total SC st). CH 1, turn.

Rows 52 – 81: Repeat Row 51.

Cut and tie off yarn.

Embroider a mountain.

Add tassel fringes to the corners (tutorial here):

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