Poufs are everywhere in home decor! Every little girl needs one! They can be used as a seat, a foot stool or a floor pillow, whatever the occasion.
This pouf is crocheted in the round using only post stitches giving it beautiful texture and style. You have the option of two different designs - solid or striped, as well as two options for finishing.
This PDF crochet pattern offers 9 pages of written instructions, with helpful hints and many figure pictures to serve as visual aids.
The finished size of the pouf is approximately a 37" circumference and 12" diameter and is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® or Maplelea®.
-Worsted Weight Yarn (100% Acrylic, Loops & Thread Impeccable shown)
-Solid Coloured Pouf: 218 g/457 yds
-Striped Pouf: 106 g/222 yds - Colour A - Aqua shown
-112 g/235 yds - Colour B - White shown
-4.50 mm (7) crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge)
-Fiberfill or stuffing of choice
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 9 page crochet pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crochet pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Crochet!
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I have made one chair so far and have started my second chair for my grand daughters for Christmas. The pattern is very simple and very easy to follow even for a first time crocheter. A very nice take and go pattern. I have worked on the first chair while waiting through dance classes and I got many moms loving what I worked on.Will be using this pattern again
I made a pouf from the same yarn/colour (aqua) in your photo. It worked up well. I used Fiber Fill to stuff it. I'm not sure it's working well. It's difficult/impossilbe to get the doll to sit up/in it. It has to underfilled to allow the doll to actually sit on it. Is there a better material/way to fill it In the photo, I notice 2 dolls are posed together, probably pushing against each other to stay sitting up. Any suggestions I love the idea, but if the doll can't sit on it, then it's not useful. Thanks. Love your patterns.