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‘I love you so much’ pillow – Free pattern!

When I started making my ‘I love you so much’ wrap with the Scheepjes stonewashed / riverwashed color pack, I started off with a different idea altogether. I was going to make a heart shaped pillow cover and a wrap to go with it. When I started making the pillow cover I found that I won’t have enough yarn for both so I incorporated what would have been a pillow cover into the wrap. But, I did save a picture of it and decided to share the pattern with you.

I used 15 colors from the Scheepjes color pack to make this but it can be made with any yarn and would be a great stash buster!


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Skill Level

Easy – I used the join-as-you-go method to join the motifs. If you are aware of it already, this pattern is very straightforward. If not, here is a photo tutorial for you.


  1. Scheepjes Colour Pack Stone Washed – River Washed OR Sport weight yarn in 15 colors
    • You will need ~3 yards (~2.7m) per motif
  2. 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook*
  3. Scissors
  4. Tapestry needle to weave in tails


  1. Height – ~15.75″ (40 cms)
  2. Width – ~16.5″ (42 cms)


*The yarn colors are not exactly the same as in the color chart above. You can get a sense of what shade (pink/green/yellow) a color might be. This is to make it easier for you to find the color you are looking for.N


Make 18 ‘X’ motifs and 20 ‘O’ motifs and join them as you go using the placement chart below.
* You can find the pattern for the ‘X’ and ‘O’ motifs here.
* If you are not aware of the join-as-you-go technique, you can find a photo tutorial here.

The motif placement chart below shows how to place the motifs. The chart also specifies how I placed different colors in my pillow cover.

Motif placement chart


I used a steam iron to block this. I did not use the iron directly on the wrap. Instead, I placed a cotton cloth on the wrap and ironed over the cloth. That’s it!


This pillow cover can be attached to a heart shaped or a square pillow. I would have used a white base for mine but I think a light pink would have been lovely too.

Congratulations! Your ‘I love you so much’ pillow is ready ????


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25+ of the Cutest Valentine's Day Crochet Patterns and Ideas

Monday 22nd of January 2024

[…] Shower your love this Valentine’s Day with this easy pillow cover. It is made up of ‘x’ and ‘o’ motifs that are joined together to make a heart pattern. You can add this motif to any pillow for the perfect handmade Valentine’s Day crochet decor. You can find the free pattern here. […]


Wednesday 27th of January 2021

There isn't a code up for this pattern on anvisgranny.com. Can you check and see what's wrong? Thank you.


Wednesday 27th of January 2021

The code is up now. Thank you. This is a beautiful pattern.


Wednesday 27th of January 2021

Hi Arunmina,

There's still no code on the blog hop website. Could you check what is going on, please?

Thanks Lay


Wednesday 27th of January 2021

Hello Lay,

The code is available from 10 AM EST all the way until 10 AM the next day. It will be up in a few hours :)

Best, Arunima


Sunday 12th of January 2020

Arumina, I think Jacki was looking for the pattern for the x and o. https://knitterknotter.com/x-o-motifs-free-pattern/


Monday 13th of January 2020

Hello Susan, I think you may be right. Thank you for leaving a message here!

Cheers, Arunima


Wednesday 30th of January 2019

So cute. So clever. Thank you for sharing!


Wednesday 30th of January 2019

Thank you so much Beth!