Josefina and Jeffery Crochet Elephant Pillow 2018 Pattern Update

Pattern update alert – Our 2018 version of Josefina & Jeffery Elephant Pillow Pattern has just been released, so please check your emails for free update if you purchased this pattern before.


  • Modern Pattern Template – IraRott 2018

  • Improved diagrams, including NEW additional diagram for the ears

  • {Braces} were replaced with asterisks** for indicating complex repeats in the ears

  • Some new images

  • New references to the blog articles throughout
  • The finished pillow size is now slightly smaller – 30” (76.2 cm) horizontally including ears & 21½” (54.6 cm) vertically across the outer edges of the ears
  • Recommended yarn – only 2½ skeins of Bernat Super Value

  • The pattern is now 19 pages long & it is 13.6 Mb (mobile devises friendly)

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  1. cindy says:

    Where can I find this pattern or the elephant pillow? I have the rug pattern and will be attempting to start it today for my 9th grandchild’s room.

  2. L. Brady says:

    Is the JOSEFINA AND JEFFERY ELEPHANT BLANKET worked as one piece, or is it worked in circles that are then assembled? Thank you.

  3. Gayle Hatlak says:

    I purchased this pattern last year and love it! I’m making another pillow and thought that it was made with three strands of yarn together; however, I can’t find anywhere in the pattern where it states use three strands together. Am I remembering incorrectly? Thank you!

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