Free Crochet Pattern – Square Lego Tissue Box Cover

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Free Crochet Pattern - Lego Tissue Box Cover

Lego Inspired Tissue Box Cover – Free Crochet Pattern

This pattern was inspired by one of Ophelie’s from AHookaAmigurumi tutorials. She has some really fun designs, definitely take a look around her site. If you’re looking to make a rectangle lego tissue box cover instead of a square one, check it out: How to crochet a lego brick tissue box cover (tutorial)

Lego Brick Tissue Box Cover - Free Crochet Pattern

Having recently returned from a music festival, I seemed to have brought home more than just some good vibes. The “wookie flu” had me and my daughter feeling yucky for a few days. We did lots of movie watching and cuddling on the couch, so it wasn’t all bad. But, still…being sick is no fun.





My lovely husband brought home cough drops and kleenex, even though it was like his third day in a row of stopping at the drugstore. He’s a good man. Had he brought home a rectangular brick I doubt I’d be typing this, and instead would have worked up Ophelie’s tutorial. But, since I was pretty determined to have a lego tissue box cover in the house, I didn’t waste any time coming up with my own version. I offer this free crochet pattern to add a little cheer to your cold and flu season.

I’d love to see pictures of your finished covers! You can add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Free Crochet Pattern – Lego Square Tissue Box Cover
Free Crochet Pattern - Lego Tissue Box Cover

Square Lego Tissue Box Cover – Free Crochet Pattern

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Easy Crochet PatternWorsted weight yarn
Gauge: 2″ = 9st x 10 rows

G hook
Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Caron Simply Soft)

Notes: Top square is worked first in rows, then sc evenly around square in the round. Body is then worked top down, in the round.

Circles should be made and attached before making the sides/body (I did it afterwards but I probably made more work for myself doing it that way). Circles are attached (leaving a small gap for stuffing), stuffed, then finish attaching.

1. Ch 21
Turn
Sc in back bump of 2nd ch from hook and next 19 chs

2. Ch 1
Turn
Sc in same st and next 19 st

3-10. Rep row 2

11a. Ch 1
Turn
Mark 4th st in from right and 4th st in from left
Sc in same st and next 3 st (remove marker)

12a. Ch 1
Turn
Sc in same st and next 3 st
Fasten off

11b. Turn work over
Join new yarn in marked st
Ch 1
Sc in same st and next 3 st

12b. Ch 1
Turn
Sc in same st and next 3 st
Ch 12
Sk 12 st
Join to first sc across the gap w/ sl st
Loosely sl st into next 3 st

13. Ch 1
Turn
Sc in same st and next 3 st
Sc in next 12 chs
Sc in next 4 st

14. Ch 1
Turn
Sc in same st and each st across

15-22. Repeat row 4

23. Ch 2
Rotate work
Sc evenly along side (mark first sc) (20 st)

Rotate work
Sc in each st across (20 st)

Rotate work
Sc evenly along side (20 st)

Rotate work
Sc in each st across (20 sc)
Join to first sc w/ sl st (sk ch-2)

24. Ch 1
Sc in BL only of each st around
Join to first sc w/ sl st (80 st)

25. Ch 1
Sc in same st and each st around (mark first sc)
Do not join

:For rounds 26 on, do not join. Mark first sc and move marker up at beginning of each round (spiral method):

26. Sc in each st around

27-54. Repeat round 26

Circles:
1. Magic circle OR
Ch 3, join to first sc w/ sl st
Ch 1
8 sc into ring (mark first sc)
Do not join

:Use spiral method, mark first sc, move st marker up at beginning of each round:

2. 2 sc in each st around (16 st)

3. Sc in first st
2 sc in next
* sc in next st
2 sc in next *
Rep from * to * around (6x) (24 st)

4. Sc in first 2 st
2 sc in next st
* sc in next 2 st
2 sc in next *
Rep from * to * around (6x)
Join to first sc w/ sl st (32 sc)

5. Ch 1
Sc in BL only of same st and each st around (mark first st)
Do not join

6. Sc in each st around

7. Rep round 6 (move st marker up for each round)

8. Rep round 6

9. Rep round 6
Join to first sc w/ sl st
Leaving a long tail (6-9″) fasten off

Using long tail, whipstitch circles to top of cover, leaving 1″ open. Fill circles w/ stuffing/fiberfill. Finish whipstitching circles to body of cover. Weave in ends.

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