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Frilly Striped Pillow Cover

By: Pradeepa from thelazyhobbyhopper.blogspot.in
Frilly Striped Pillow Cover
Frilly Striped Pillow Cover
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If your crochet repertoire is limited to scarves and hats, then it's time to stretch your skills by creating the Frilly Striped Pillow Cover. And what a pillow cover it is! Featuring every color of the rainbow, this bright crochet pillow cover will be an attention-getting addition to your home or office. This pattern is easy to follow, so you're in luck if you've always wanted to crochet a pillow cover. When you are finished crocheting this pattern, simply wrap it around a pillow, then fasten it with trendy buttons. Voila! You just made a new decoration.

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Sport weight yarn in an assortment of colors
  • E/4 or 3.5 mm hook
  • Buttons
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I really love this. The front side is frilly and the back is solid. This would be a great project to use to use up any leftover yarn that you might have. This would be great to have in a pair. One pillow for each arm of the sofa.

So I have never seen a pillow cover made in this fashion. I think I like the concept because I can work the pattern and get a perfect fit for any accent pillow. Thanks for the free pattern.

Oh this is a mighty fine looking cushion cover. I love the muted colours! In spite of all the colours, the cushion doesn't look busy because of the almost faded look of the colours. We have been thinking of creating a reading corner in our house and this cushion would be perfect there.

I love this dainty lace pattern. The author offers her instructions based on working a cover for a square pillow, but she give suggestions for different applications as well as how to adapt the pattern. By itself, the rows would be lovely as trim on a baby blanket or dress and bonnet set, or even an adult garment or shawl. The pattern looks difficult, but its not that hard with a little practice.

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