Polish Star Pillow

Polish Star Pillow

Polish Star Pillow
Polish Star Pillow

"The Polish Star Pillow is a unique design that combines crochet and weaving. The pattern includes written directions for the crocheting part, plus detailed written and graphed instructions on how to do the weaving. Once you get the hang of it, this is a fun and easy design that creates an eye catching effect. The back of the pillow is also a pretty design that could be worked up as an additional pillow to complement the Polish Star pillow."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am interested in knowing what the under or reverse side of this looks like. It is necessary to use this as a pillow or can it be a afghan/blanket? I think is is a really unusual design and I am excited to attempt this. I know me, I will try a swatch first.

I am always excited to find new crochet techniques and on top of that, free! What a beautiful design. This Polish star pillow combines two crafts, crochet and weaving. I read over the directions and I am sure I would be completely lost with out the pictures. I commend you for the translation of the project. It is greatly appreciated.

Quite an impressive pillow pattern. I would have to have some pretty good skills in order to master this one. I DO have decades of experience, but I tend to stay within a certain skill level that I am well-versed in and that I can work up quickly! I'm spoiled like that. Perhaps there will be one day where I would attempt this and challenge myself.

Bless your heart for even trying to share this fascinating project! My husband is of Polish descent but like his dad, only knows the food words and cuss words in Polska! This is definitely a tricky pattern, but the small chart and photos really help. I have a feeling that its actually easier to work up than it initially looks. I dont mind having to pull out work for to master something this interesting!

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