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15 Elegant Crochet Accessories for Your Home

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If you're searching for an awesome crochet project for your home, then you have come to the right place! Check out this list of 15 Elegant Crochet Accessories for Your Home! #crochetaddict #crochetaccessories #crochetforhome #dabblesandbabbles #crochetpatterns15 Elegant Crochet Accessories for Your Home

Everyone wants a beautiful and well-decorative home whether you are going to renovate your home or you’re just thinking about a bit of an update.

Crochet home decor patterns and ideas are a trendy way to decorate your home and they add a homey style and charm. These elegant patterns are perfect for adding fresh decor accents and you’ll have fun making them too!

These home decor crochet patterns also make beautiful gifts for house warmings, weddings and birthdays.

The patterns listed below are great for beginners and expert crocheters looking to have a relaxing project, so anyone can give them a try!

If you’re searching for an awesome yet each crochet pattern for your home, then you’ve come to the right place! Check out this list of 15 Elegant Crochet Accessories for Your Home!


Fast and Cozy Pillow Crochet Patterns

Replace your usual throw pillows in your living room with these interesting crochet pillow patterns. It will add style and a warm personal touch to your home decor. Round, square or neck roll, these pillows add comfort to any bed or sleeping surface. They are fast and cozy and are a great project for the crocheter’s home.

Via Notey


Crochet Spa Day Kit

Treat her to a custom spa package with these essentials, crocheted with cotton yarn. Included in this crochet pattern bundle is a scrubby, bath mitt, floral facecloths, bath pouf, and stash basket. You can make these spa items with this crochet accessory pattern for your home!

Via Yarnspirations


Crochet Sampler Pouf

Learn some new stitches while crocheting your own oversized pouf ottoman. This free crochet bean bag pattern is comprised of six simple squares and stuffed with inexpensive household items to create a high-end looking piece of DIY furniture.

Via Make and Do Crew


Tunisian Crochet Feathers

You will have so much fun making these crochet feathers. They’re easy and quick to make and easily achievable with only just the basic knowledge of Tunisian crochet.

Via Poppy and Bliss


Baby Humpback Whale Crochet Toy

This crochet whale is super adorable and will make a perfect decoration on a side shelf in your home. You can make this whale with this crochet accessory pattern for your home!
Via One Dog Woof


Springtime Crochet Coasters

These Springtime Coasters will make your kitchen or dining room more beautiful and cozy. It’s very easy to crochet these coasters and you will enjoy crocheting in different colors. You can make these coasters with this crochet accessory pattern for your home!

Via Pretty Ideas


Rectangular Crochet Basket

This basket is perfect for keeping yarn and whatever else you have, kept organized and out of the way. You can make this crochet basket whatever size you want and customize it to how you want it.

Via Your Crochet


Elephant Tissue Box Cover

Creating this Elephant Tissue Box will be absolutely fun and you will be amazed at how fast one can crochet this tissue box. The most amazing feature is that the tissues come out and are pulled out of the trunk. How fun is that? This tissue box is for anyone who loves elephants or has kids.

Via Nicki’s Homemade Crafts


Crochet Floor Pouf

This floor pouf is the perfect addition to your home decor. This pouf is great for putting your feet up on and relaxing or you can use it as a chair when guests come over. The crochet floor pouf pattern is easy to make and works up quicker than you can imagine.

Via Twin Dragonfly Designs


Crochet Speech Bubble Coasters

These coasters are so adorable. You can write whatever you want on them and you can even write a funny saying on them if you want. These crochet coasters are also great conversation starters if you have company.

Via Whistle and Ivy


Hanging Crochet Basket

This beautiful crochet basket is perfect to hang flowers in or to use as a mailbox. You could also use this to store household supplies in, to keep them nice and neat!

Via Soul Made Blog


Crochet Cactus

This crochet cactus is so cute and adorable. Plus it will never die! You will never have to worry about watering it or keeping it alive! If you have lots of friends that don’t have a green thumb you can make them one too!

Via Stitch-Em


Easy Crochet Basket

This easy crochet basket pattern is quick to work up and perfect for holding toys, towels, toiletries or best of all, yarn! You can make this basket with this crochet accessory pattern for your home.

Via Make and Do Crew


Mason Jar Crochet Cozy

This Mason Jar Cozy would look cute during the day and, with the addition of a tea light, will cast a beautifully patterned shadow around it at night for those summer campfire evenings. I think a line of these would look stunning in the dark!

Via All Free Crochet


Big Bold Crochet Chevron Curtain

The Big Bold Chevron Curtain is the perfect crochet curtain pattern for the bath, bedroom, kitchen, living room, any room of the house! If you’re looking for a longer curtain, it’s easy to just keep adding rows in the crochet pattern, all the way to the floor if you like!

Via Moogly Blog


Looking for more great crochet patterns: Heart Graphghan Baby Blanket Crochet PatternMoss Stitch CowlOmbre Textured BlanketLily CowlGeometric Basket Crochet PatternColor Block BackpackPrimrose DishclothColor Block Bag Crochet PatternRound Crochet Bag Pattern


Love Stencilled Pillow – Free “Love & Life” Template

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Love Stencilled Pillow

Love Stencilled Pillow – a quick and easy way to breathe new life into a plain pillow.

Love Stencilled Pillow – Free “Love & Life” Template – I’ve been on the search for the perfect pillows for our living room for over a year now.  As you can see, it’s a very monochromatic room (which I like in this instance) but it really needed a pop of colour.  I picked the blue colour from a painting that’s on the wall over the piano on the opposite side of the room.  I love the blue vase on the coffee table but I’ve have had so much trouble finding pillows with a similar blue.  I was open to anything really but I had no luck.  Finally, over the weekend, I found these simple pillows for only $9 each.  I brought them home and threw them on the couch – perfect.  Well, perfect except that they were kind of boring.  I was thinking about adding lace or ribbon but that’s not really our style. Finally, I came to the conclusion that a simple word stencilled in white would work beautifully (and if Michael didn’t like them I would just flip them over).

I picked up some fabric paint, created a template for the words ‘LOVE” and ‘LIFE” in Adobe Illustrator and got down to business.  I’m pretty happy with the final result… and it seems I don’t need to turn over the pillows. 😉


  • Pillow
  • Acrylic craft or fabric paint (I used Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Craft Paint in Wedding Cake White)
  • Vinyl (approx 12″ x 12″ for both words) with a sticky/adhesive backing (use whatever extra scraps you have – I used chalkboard vinyl because I have extra)
  • Cutting machine or xacto knife (and some patience)
  • ‘LOVE’ and ‘LIFE’ template – download svg file, ai8 file or pdf here
  • Pouncer (small-medium size)


  1. Download the printable template (above).
  2. Cut out your letters using a cutting machine or by hand with an xacto knife so that you have just the negative of the word (see photos in second row down).
  3. Place the vinyl template carefully over the pillow so that it’s centred and exactly where you want it – smooth the vinyl down so that there are no places where the paint can get under the edges.
  4. Pour out a bit of your paint and dab some paint on the pounce, whiping off any excess. Gently dab the pouncer on the pillow in the letter space.  You want it covered well, but also not too caked on. Complete all the letters this way. Set aside and allow paint to dry completely.
  5. Gently peel off the vinyl.  Once the paint has air dried for 24 hours, go over the letters with an iron to set the paint permanently (put a thin towel over the pillow to cover the painted letters while you iron).
  6. Place the pillow into position, stand back and admire.


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