The lovely customer that bought this triangle cushion cover, recently asked me if I could make her two more. They had to be identical to the first one, and so I started to work on the “Gelato”-twins. Crocheting the triangles is the simple part, but it
gets pretty fiddly putting them together.
Even though you could say I have quite some experience doing this, it’s a task that doesn’t seem to become a whole lot easier, at least not for me.
Lots of doing and undoing takes place, just until I’m satisfied with how my tri shaped pieces of crochet are lined up.
The pay-off for all this doing and undoing is of course the satisfaction of seeing everything come together. And this time around the contentment was twice as big!
For the back of the cushions, I crocheted big, solid granny squares, alternating the colors used for the front. After I blocked all four pieces (a must, if you ask me – good tutorial on that here), I crocheted the fronts and backs together with dark brown and single crochet stitches (dc’s: UK), adding a little picot every six stitches.
Luckily there were still plenty of the mint colored buttons, that – I think – go so well with these colors. I sewed them on the wrong side of the front (the inside of the cushion cover), and the spaces between the dc’s (trebles: UK) of the back were just the perfect little buttonholes.
If you want to give the Triangle Cushion Cover a try yourself, here‘s where you’ll find the tutorial.
Now that the “Gelato Twins” have had their bath and photo shoot, they’re all ready to start their trip across the ocean to live in their new home – bon viaggo!