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April 10, 2010


Thank you so much for posting the tutorial. I made myself a pair, and I think I will be making more for Christmas. I had not crocheted in years but it came right back to me!

VERY pretty, what a fab-o idea! I crochet a lot, when I'm not sewing or knitting. Think a couple of these pretties will be on my list.

They're beautiful Cassie! I know there are people out there who don't want to make their own -- I hope they snap them up in a hurry!!!

Gosh they are pretty!

Very pretty Cassie - you have been busy in your studio!

These pillow-cases are absolutely adorable! Great Blog too!

You have a wonderful blog! Love the instructions how to make the pillowcases. I'm hoping to get some of these made soon. My MIL is having surgery soon and these would make the perfect gift for her.

I just adore these. They make me want to go make pillow cases right now. Or I was thinking it would be adorable on the bottom of a summer a-line skirt!

beautiful job miss cassie.
and as always... fun fabric choices.

I thought the "just in case" was funny.... :)


i like the just in case thing. :)

lol... gorgeous as always Cassie!! :-)

haha, I got it the first time, don't worry! Lovely pillowcases!

Absolutely the prettiest pillow cases I have ever seen! Thank you so much for sharing your talent and tutorial with us. Your choice of colors and fabric make these awesome!!

I made my pillow case following your directions, but for some reason, my crocheting came out more wavy than yours - yours looks nice and smooth. Any idea what I could be doing wrong??

Just found your blog! Glad I did! I am in dreamland!

Have been overseas in West Africa for a year--can't wait to get home to my radial cutter and my Bernina (1976) and follow along with you!

I love embroidery and fabric--collecting batik at the moment!



your tutorial was wonderful, cassie! i am sure i will be making more cases at some point. they are kind of addictive!

I'm snickering :) Your pillowcases are beautiful!

You are creating a copycat monster here in our house. Lovely pillowcases! My daughter wants one now, and her sister demands equal treatment. Fortunately the boy is too little (4 months old) to care yet.

They are so pretty. Every time I see these I wish I could crochet. It would open up so many crafty doors for my imagination!

These are just beautiful...new yet with a vintage feel...I love everyone of them :)

I love the freshness of these pillowcases - thank you for sharing this!

I have made two so far thanks to your wonderful tutorial and inspiring photos.

I am going to make a set for a Mothers Day gift too.

Thanks for sharing your great ideas!

Ok, so I am absolutely in love with the crochet on the pillowcases and have your tutorials saved in my favorites folder! However, I prefer sham style pillowcases (no ruffle)to open ended ones. I am wondering what it would look like to have a single row of crochet across both ends of such a pillowcase... You thoughts?

Just wanted to thank you for the pillowcase sew along. I wasn't able to make it as you were but once I got my supplies ready, I did make two matching cases; bought a nice plush blanket to match and will be giving it to a young couple next month at a bridal shower. Yeah! Great idea! Hope you have more of these wonderful 'alongs' to teach us cool stuff! You go girl!

These pillow cases are adorable.

You've got the "edge" on these pillowcases!
So wonderful and cheery!


These are just beautiful! But, I don't crochet. So, choice #1 - call my girlfriend to do it for me, or #2 - learn to crochet! Hmmm....

Yes, "studio" takes you to "pro" level! I call my craft room/office my "studio", too! Thanks for sharing!

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