Easy Crochet Jute Pillow Pattern

August 28, 2020Allison Murray

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

Back in June I figured out just how amazing it is to crochet with jute. I hooked together this easy Crochet Jute Doormat Pattern (with tassels!) and fell in LOVE. Now I’ve hooked together 4 different projects with jute and I have to say, I wish I realized how cool jute is before 2020.

Right now I’m kind of changing my home decor aesthetic to something more bohemian, I suppose. I’m all about lightly stained woods and natural decor objects. But I’m still that gal that loves a good strong pop of bright colors… Looking around at my throw pillows in the living room I felt like they fit more of a shabby chic style. And so it was time to switch those pillows up! I looked online and found only a handful of pillow covers I liked. But as soon as I saw these faux leather pillows I snapped those suckers up. Since they were kind of expensive I decided to supplement those faux leather pillows with others stashed in the guest room closet.

This beige living room is getting a little bit of bohemian flair thanks to a DIY blanket ladder, sassy vase and gorgeous throw pillows.

Doesn’t that faux leather pillow look gangbusters? His brother is on the other end of the love seat just out of view… And with my collection of Kantha quilts made from recycled fabrics the room is really coming together. But as I stood admiring my living room for the bazillionth time I decided that I wanted to add something a little more natural on the sofas. And when I remembered how straight up lovely it is to rub my hands and feet on my jute rug it became jute pillow time.

Crochet Jute Pillows With Cotton, With a Scalloped Edge and Without…

Because I love having a lot of options available I decided to make 2 different crochet jute pillows. There’s a gorgeous pillow that’s nothing but jute and another that has cotton yarn added for a little bit of softness. That being said, even with cotton yarn this pillow will still be a bit scratchy, so keep that in mind.

Because I didn’t want both pillows to be exactly the same I whipped up a scalloped edge on one. In the free printable crochet jute pillow pattern you’ll find directions for solid jute with and without a scalloped edge and jute twine and cotton yarn with and without a scalloped edge. Hook ’em how you want ’em and mix and match!

Ready to get to making them?

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

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Stitches / Abbreviations Used:

  • CH: Chain
  • DC: Double Crochet
  • INC: Increase (2 Double Crochet Stitches in Same Stitch)
  • SHELL: Shell Stitch (DC and CH 1, DC and CH 1, DC and CH 1, DC and CH 1, DC into Same Stitch)
  • SK: Skip Stitch
  • MR: Magic Ring
  • RND: Round
  • RPT: Repeat
  • SL: Slip Stitch
  • ST(s): Stitch(es)
  • #x: Repeat X Times

Easy Crochet Jute Pillow Pattern Notes

  • These pillows are 2 simple circles joined together.
  • The cotton and jute version of this crochet jute pillow is made with a strand of 2mm jute twine and a strand of worsted (weight 4) yarn worked together.
  • The jute only version is made with a thicker 3mm jute twine only. If a thicker twine is unavailable, you can work this pattern using 2 strands of a thinner jute at the same time. Your crochet hook might need to be adjusted in size from what is suggested in the pattern.
  • CHAINS at the beginning of all rounds NEVER count as the first stitch.
  • Each round of both patterns will increase by exactly 12 stitches.
  • When crocheting these pillows do not turn your work. Continue to crochet in the same direction for every round.
  • If you find your finished circles have jagged edges rather than a smooth round edge, blocking might be necessary for a more circular shape.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

Crochet Jute and Cotton Round Pillow Pattern

Working together, the jute cord and cotton yarn create an interesting feel and texture that is still comfortable to use.

Supplies Needed to Make a Round Crochet Rainbow Pillow:

Front and Back Pieces (Make 2)

Start: Magic Ring (MR)
→ Rnd 1: CH 2. (Does not count as first ST here or in any round) DC 12 into MR. SL to first DC to close. (12 ST)
→ Rnd 2: CH 2. INC in every ST around. SL to first DC to close. (24 ST)
→ Rnd 3: CH 2. SK first ST. * INC after SK ST and DC in following ST. RPT from * to end. INC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (36 ST)
→ Rnd 4: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and INC in following. * DC in next 2 ST and INC in third. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (48 ST)
→ Rnd 5: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and next ST. INC into third. * DC in next 3 ST and INC into fourth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (60 ST)
→ Rnd 6: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into next ST. INC into fifth. RPT from * 11x. DC in final 2 ST. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (72 ST)
→ Rnd 7: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK and into next four ST. INC into fifth. * DC in next 5 ST and INC into sixth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (84 ST)
→ Rnd 8: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into  next 2 ST. INC into third. * DC into next 6 ST and INC into seventh. RPT from *11x. DC into last 3 ST. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (96 ST)
→ Rnd 9: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into next 5 ST. INC into sixth. * DC into next 7 ST and INC into eighth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (108 ST)
→ Rnd 10: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into next 2 ST. INC into third. * DC into next 8 ST and INC into ninth. RPT from *11x. DC into last 3 ST. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (120 ST)
→ Rnd 11: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into next 7 ST. INC into eighth. * DC into 9 ST and INC into tenth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (132 ST)

Assembly (without Scallop Edge)

Tie off and weave in ends. Take 2 pieces and match up with pretty sides facing out and pillow form in between them. Run hook through one ST from each circle. SC in that ST and around. SL to first SC to end. Tie off and weave in tail.

Assembly (with Scallop Edge)

Tie off and weave in ends. Take 2 pieces and match up with pretty sides facing out and pillow form in between them. Run hook through one ST from each circle. SC in that ST and around. SL to first SC to end.

Scallop: CH 1. * SK 2 ST and SHELL into third.  RPT from * to fist SHELL. SL to beginning to end. Tie off and weave in ends.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

Solid Jute Crochet  Pillow Pattern

There’s no doubt that this solid jute pillow is gorgeous. Because of it’s coarse texture, however, it is not, however, a pillow you’re going to want to cozy up with. So keep in mind that this pillow is form over function!

Supplies Needed to Make a Crochet Jute Pillow:

Front and Back Pieces (Make 2)

Start: Magic Ring (MR)
→ Rnd 1: CH 2. (Does not count as first ST here or in any round) DC 12 into MR. SL to first DC to close. (12 ST)
→ Rnd 2: CH 2. INC in every ST around. SL to first DC to close. (24 ST)
→ Rnd 3: CH 2. SK first ST. * INC after SK ST and DC in following ST. RPT from * to end. INC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (36 ST)
→ Rnd 4: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and INC in following. * DC in next 2 ST and INC in third. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (48 ST)
→ Rnd 5: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and next ST. INC into third. * DC in next 3 ST and INC into fourth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (60 ST)
→ Rnd 6: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into next ST. INC into fifth. RPT from * 11x. DC in final 2 ST. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (72 ST)
→ Rnd 7: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK and into next four ST. INC into fifth. * DC in next 5 ST and INC into sixth. RPT from * to end. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC to close. (84 ST)
→ Rnd 8: CH 2. SK first ST. DC after SK ST and into  next 2 ST. INC into third. * DC into next 6 ST and INC into seventh. RPT from *11x. DC into last 3 ST. DC into SK ST over CH 2. SL to first DC Easy Crochet Jute Pillowto close. (96 ST)

Assembly (without Scallop Edge)

Tie off and weave in ends. Take 2 pieces and match up with pretty sides facing out and pillow form in between them. Run hook through one ST from each circle. SC in that ST and around. SL to first SC to end. Tie off and weave in tail.

Assembly (with Scallop Edge)

Tie off and weave in ends. Take 2 pieces and match up with pretty sides facing out and pillow form in between them. Run hook through one ST from each circle. SC in that ST and around. SL to first SC to end.

Scallop: CH 1. * SK 2 ST and SHELL into third.  RPT from * 15x. SL to beginning to end. Tie off and weave in ends.

This round crochet jute pillow free pattern is gorgeous, simple, and adds some fun texture to your home decor.

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