CUSTOM ORDER: Irish lace windmill motif designers crochet pillowcase made of crochet thread, in your preferred colors and needed size.
Pillow and lining are NOT included. You are getting a lacy transparent crochet pillowcase to wear on your own throw pillow.
However, you have an option to purchase a small 13" x 13" hand crocheted throw pillow separately. To choose a pillow please visit "Throw pillows" section.
Pricing for pillowcases:
- For square pillows 13" x 13" - 3 x 3 motifs: Price $12.00
- For square pillows 14" x 14" - 3 x 3 motifs: Price $12.00
- For square pillows 17" x 17" - 4 x 4 motifs: Price $18.00
- For square pillows 18" x 18" - 4 x 4 motifs: Price $18.00
- For rectangular pillows 13" x 17" - 4 x 3 motifs: Price $16.00
- For rectangular pillows 13" x 18" - 4 x 3 motifs: Price $16.00
- For rectangular pillows 14" x 18" - 4 x 3 motifs: Price $16.00
Free Crochet Pattern for Irish Lace Windmill Crocheted Pillowcase
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This pattern was inspired by the photo of a beautiful crochet tablecloth I've seen on some Spanish blog some time ago, so I decided to figure it out and chart it down to the best of my knowledge.
It's for experienced crocheters though, I assume you are familiar with windmills and how they are done: first you make the center, then you crochet the petals, one by one, by turning your work. You make a row away from the center, turn, make another row towards the center, attach it to the center, then go to the next petal. Every new petal you start with a chain which you attach somewhere in the middle of the previous petal (the patterns will show you where exactly to attach it). This pattern is a bit different though, you don't start it with a chain, but work one petal on the top of another. Most patterns only have 2 rows per petal (like this one), but sometimes more, so you just keep going backward and forward attaching every new row to the center, until you are done and ready to move to the next petal. I love this technique, one of my favorite.
Tip for this pattern: at the end, you can either slip stitch the last and the first petals together, or, after you fasten off, you can leave a thread long enough to weave it with hook through the top of the first petal and the bottom of the last: kinda like sew them together. This is what I do, and it looks neater than slip stitching.
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|Square pillow sizes||13" x 13" --- 14" x 14" --- 17" x 17" --- 18" x 18" ---|
|Rectangular pillow sizes||13" x 17" --- 13" x 18" --- 14" x 18" ---|
Pillowcase - thread - #1a
- Yarn Brands Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread
- Product Code: Model 1a
- Availability: Custom Order