Micro Pouf Crochet Pattern
My propensity to adore anything mini, lucky reader,
is something I don’t fully understand about myself…or anyone else…but nonetheless it has driven me to crochet SO MANY mini things:
You get the idea, and so at this point, I’ve just had to accept it is a part of me that will never go away.
But there are only so many friends, babies, and babies of friends that you can give these things to…especially at my ripe old age of 24. So basically my next mini project had to be a tiny bit useful.
Then one day I tripped over the enormous crochet bean bag I made for my living room and Pouf! inspiration. What if I had a pouf with all of the perks, aka, putting your feet up on not a hard coffee table, and not the downsides…like taking up a full 6 square feet of my apartment (that’s like 1% of my apartment!). The solution??
Micro pouf! This is a fun, fast, and totes adorbs project that will even get your up-cycling senses tingling. hope you enjoy.
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Micro Pouf Crochet Pattern
sc- single crochet
dc- double crochet
xdc- crossed double crochet
To make a crossed double crochet, you will skip a st, dc in the next, then go back and dc in the skipped st. If you need a visual, check out Oombawka Design Crochet’s great photos of this.
3 skeins of Loops and Threads Cozy Wool – I used the color Spearmint
Size K (6mm) crochet hook
old pillow, or fiber fill
old t-shirt that matches or compliments your yarn
I used one of those old micro bead pillows…you know…from when they were popular in like the 5th grade. My cat Jabber definitely had mixed reviews on this pillow…
Make a magic ring
Row 1 – 6 sc in the round (6 st)
Row 2 – 2 dc in each st around (12 st)
Row 3 – 2 dc in each st around (24 st)
Row 4 – *dc, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around (36 st)
Row 5 – *dc, dc, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around (48 st)
Row 6 – *dc, dc, dc, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around (60 st)
Row 7 – *dc, dc, dc, dc, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around, then sl st into the next stitch (72 st)
Row 8- ch 1, sc around, sl st to join chain. (72 st)
Rows 9-14 – ch 3, Xdc around, finish off. (72 st)
Top: Repeat the first 8 rows of the main body directions. Finish off.
Turn the t-shirt inside out, especially if there is writing or imagery on the outside.
Stuff the shirt with the pillow or the fiber fill. If you use fiber fill, you may want to sew all of the holes shut, just so that it stays contained.
Place filled t-shirt into the base. Sew around to fix the top to the base. Make sure the top is sitting so the rightsize is facing out. The pieces should line up stitch for stitch.
Lindsey’s Tip o’ the DAY!
Sewing with thick chunky yarn such as this? Ditch the yarn needle – and get a twisty tie. You know, like the kind they use on bread bags. Fold it in half, and twist the two ends together. Now you have your own makeshift “needle” with an eye big enough you won’t have to waste time pushing yarn through.
Now kick back and relax, lucky readers…with your new micro pouf.