Chunky Crochet Chair Pads Pattern

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These DIY chunky crochet chair pads are soft, squishy and a great addition to any farmhouse chair. I made them for our new breakfast nook, and I’m sharing the simple crochet pattern for these chunky crochet chair pads with you today.

DIY chunky crochet chair pads - free pattern and video tutorial

For these chair pads, I used Top Knot Style yarn in Winter White and a large Q16 crochet hook. This is a vegan roving yarn that’s very thick, so it makes this project really easy to whip up.

DIY chunky crochet chair pads - free pattern and video tutorial

You may have to adjust this pattern a little depending on the size of your chair and yarn, but this pattern should work for most chairs.

DIY chunky crochet chair pads - free pattern and video tutorial

Use the pattern below to make your own chunky crochet chair pad, or watch my video at the bottom of this post for a visual.

Chunky Crochet Chair Pad Pattern

  • chain 6
  • sl st into first chain to create a loop
  • chain 2
  • 2 dc into the back stitch of the first chain in loop below
  • *2 dc into the back stitch of the next chain*, repeat until you’ve went all the way around the loop
  • sl st into first dc
  • chain 2
  • 2 dc into the back stitch of the first dc below
  • *2 dc into the back stitch of the next dc*, repeat until you’ve went all the way around the loop
  • sl st into first dc
  • chain 2
  • 2 dc into the back stitch of the first dc below
  • *dc into the back stitch of the next dc, 2 dc into the back stitch of the next dc*, repeat until you’ve went all the way around the loop
  • sl st into first dc
  • chain 2
  • dc into the back stitch of the first dc below
  • *dc into the back stitch of the next dc*, repeat until you’ve went all the way around the loop
  • sl st into first dc
  • cut yarn off leaving a tail, thread through loop and pull to tighten
  • weave in ends

Disclosure: The yarn in this tutorial was given to me by Top Knot Style and I love it!

5 Comments

  1. Hiya,
    I’m going to try to make four of these for my new chairs. Any chance you could guess how much wool i might need? assuming i’m making them the same size as the video. Ebay seems to sell wool in grams so an estimate by weight would be most helpful.
    Thanks very much

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