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July 03, 2013

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One of my all time favorite tutes! Thanks again :)

just beautiful, i love them....where do you get those gorgeous fabrics??

Making these right now! Love the fabric, who is the designer?

I have crocheted edges on purchased, vintage, pillowcases following your tute! Love it and they have made very pretty prezzies for my vintage loving friends! I roll them up, tie with a ribbon and place them in a little bucket. Really cute.

Best,
Sheila
http://sheilazachariae.blogspot.com/2013/07/yarn-shop-goodies-my-big-fat-greek.html

I love your cute pile of posh pillowcases.
I have been posh pillow casing for the last few days & am totally addicted!
Oh yes and a little fatter!

Hugs Pam

They're adorable -- as always! I LOVE your tutorial and LOVE LOVE LOVE the pillowcases that are made from it. The fact that the ugly pillow is hidden by the extra flap is brilliant!!!

I made a pair of posh PCs for my mom for Mother's Day, and they were a big hit. I used a red and blue floral print with a white background and did the crochet with red yarn. They are very summer-y and cheerful. Where did you get the pattern for the loopy-looking edging that you used on the orange & blue PC? Thanks again for the tutorial.

Hi from Holland!!!
Thank you soooooo much for sharing this awesome tutorial!!I fell in love with your pillows the moment I saw them....I just shared the link to your blog on my blog:-)hope thats ok?wishing you happy summer and thank you again for being so generous!hugs Dees

I love it! A posh pillowcase has been my fave gift to anyone lovely for a few years now :)

HI thank you for sharing, lovely edging. have a lovely summer x

How do I get this easy pattern on learning to crochet around pillow cases.

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