Crochet Home Décor Patterns for that Hygge Feel!
We woke up to a morning covered in snow! As I loaded on my warm socks, my trusty snow boots (affiliate link), and my favorite hat, I got the email we all wish for: “The roads are terrible, work from home!” YES! Time to take off all my outdoor gear and cuddle up with some of my favorite crochet home décor for a day of candles, hot tea, and cuddling under crochet blankets. To create a similar feeling of hygge joy in your home, try out these incredible crochet patterns.
At about 46” wide and 60” long, this stunning afghan project is so large that you can fit the whole family under it. This adorable afghan, with popcorn stitches and hexagon motifs, is perfect for throwing on your couch or even over the end of your bed. The red, white, and green colors give the project a Christmas feel, but you’ll want to be sure to check out all the other color options available in the Berry and Pine Afghan Kit to see which color theme best matches your home.
This unique pillow uses half double crochet as a background stitch and bobble stitch in a contrasting color to spell out “winter” across the front. The pattern is conveniently charted, so if you want to have fun spelling something else, you have the freedom to do so! This throw pillow is the perfect project to cuddle up with on a cozy, work-from-home, winter day.
This pillow is truly unique! Use the lark’s head knot to attach fringe in all sorts of colors. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, you could mix up the colors or the patterns you create. Find extra-soft yarn (affiliate link) to create the fringe, and you won’t be able to stop cuddling this pillow!
The Easygoing Throw might be the quickest project to make with the greatest reward. This is one of my all-time-favorite projects for getting cozy around my home. The bulky yarn (affiliate link) works up quickly, and the stitch pattern is fun to make. It’s the perfect project for placing over your lap as you work cuddled on the couch with a laptop.
The Low-Key Afghan is larger than the throw and perfect for tossing across the bed or on a larger couch. The project is also a background of simple half double crochet stitches with a single intricate cable working its way up one side. This is such a peaceful, meditative project to stitch!
Can’t get enough of corner–to-corner crochet? Give this fun project a try! This fun pillow combines the corner-to-corner technique with post stitches for an intricate lattice pattern. Be sure to check out the accompanying article to see just how it’s done!
We love mandalas! This pillow uses 4 colors and the overlay crochet method, which involves stitching down into the rows below your current working row. This pretty-impressive technique is sure to make this lovely circular cushion the center of your hygge home.
In a cuddly hygge home, even the vase could use a cozy! This impressive cozy uses yarn made from old scraps of fabric. Go to your fabric stash to see how it’s done!
The pattern for these adorable baskets is written in 4 sizes, each with trendy circular embroidery motifs. Embroidered baskets such as these have endless potential! If you would like a more ornate look, you could try this embroidery technique from Brenda K. B. Anderson. These baskets are perfect for holding your yarn so that you can spend a cuddly day surrounded by your projects!
What’s the one crochet, home-décor project that will make your house magical? A crochet unicorn! This cool wall décor is perfect for a room with whimsy or a children’s room. Let this unicorn add to the magic of your home!
Did we include your favorite crochet, home-décor patterns on this list? Which project are you most excited to make first? Let us know in the comments below!
Featured Image: From Interweave Crochet Fall 2018 CREDIT: Harper Point Photography