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November 10, 2013

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Lindy in Brisbane

I can understand why you hung on to that fabric for so long. It really is very lovely. I am the same, hanging on to my favourite fabrics for the 'perfect' project to come along.

Alessandra

I really love these darker pillow cases !!! The black one at the bottom of the pile and the bold roses in the first pic are my favs!!!!!
happy week Beata, xxxxx Ale

Angela @ Cottage Magpie

Ah, flowers. All shapes kinds and colors, I just love them all. The jewel tones are especially attractive to me this time of year, when the world outside is robed in such bright colors!

Your yarns are all so lovely. Where do you find such a wide range of colors? I have tried to find cotton yarns to use for crocheting (granny squares, mostly), and it seems like everyone has the same two or three. I would love to find a bigger variety of colors and sizes, too. Where I am at everything is worsted and sometimes I'd love to get my hands on some lighter weight cottons.

Your pillowcases are gorgeous, I love them all!

~Angela~

Joy Abbott

Your pillow cases are lush x

Angela-Southern USA

They are ALL very lovely! But, I can see why you hung on to that fabric(which I do also)simply gorgeous! I've been know to search high and low for more of a favorite fabric. (My family calls it obsessed.) lol

Hannapat

I can completely see your love for that Amy butler fabric, it's gorgeous. In July this year I bought a fair bit of Amy fabric for this very purpose in was intending to make it for our village gifts night, but I haven't gotten around to it so it will have to wait for now. When I fist decided to make pillowcases I was amazed to see just how much fabric they take, so I a great variety all a metre long and I don't think anything will do them justice quite like a pillowcase with a pretty edging. Yours look gorgeous and I love how your photos look so vibrant. I was thinking about you today when I posted my post as I really should have put it into pic monkey, but just didn't have the time, now I wish I had. These posts are really fascinating and I am so enjoying them. Much love xoxo

Judith

How do you get the holes so perfect at the pillow case edge? They must be there already before you crochet? Thanks. Your work is beautiful.

Alexandra

What's up, just wanted to tell you, I loved this blog post. It was funny. Keep on posting!

Hedgerow Rose

Oh goodness I do love that vibrant rosy fabric! Perfect yarn selection, too! :)

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mrs robinson

More dreamy pillowcases! I do love ditsy fabric... though the larger and bolder fabric makes a gorgeous pillowcase too! I really am trying oh so hard to use up the precious far ices from the piles, but is difficult sometimes!

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