Monday, September 8, 2014

Popcorn & Lace Pillow Pattern

It is romance, Granny and class all together. When the idea was born I knew I wanted to make something in a solid creamy white color to add exactly that; the romance, the comfortable feel of a granny's home and some classy lady style. The combination of popcorn stitches and lace did the trick. My idea was put into action and the result did not disappoint.

The great thing with The Popcorn & Lace Pillow is that it can easily transform into something completely different depending on the choice of colors. Imagine it with multicolored squares in pinks, red to make it bold. Or bright green, lime and pink to make it eclectic. Or why not a spicy okra yellow with a dark grey border for a more modern look. Mix colors like bright blue, orange and white for a Mediterranean feel...Same same but so so different.

The front panel is made up from my Popcorn & Lace Square, a lovely crochet square pattern that works up rather quickly (can be purchased separately here). The backing is made in rows with a simple and gentle lace effect to make the most of the front panel and the contrasting color joining puts the little WOW-factor on it...

The making of this pillow needs a bit of concentration and attention without being too complicated. I would say it is for an improving beginner. If you know all the basic stitches the Step-to-step picture tutorials, charts, diagrams and detailed instructions will do the rest for you (see picture below). The Popcorn & Lace Pillow pattern is now available for purchase here:

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This 6 page PDF pattern includes:

Information about yarn, hook size, measurements and more
Abbreviations in US and UK terms
Special Stitches guide
Written pattern
Step-by-step picture tutorial of the Popcorn & Lace Square
Pattern of backing including symbol chart
Instructions on How-to-join-squares including diagram
Instruction on How-to-assemble-pillow

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  1. Bonjour !
    Your lace pillow is gorgeous! So feminin and classic.
    Have a nice week

  2. I love it, I love it, I love it!!!!! More than I can say! x

  3. Hi Annette! Great pattern and it was just what I was looking for!! My sample came out nice. Now to decide on colors. I think I'll make an afghan by making the blocks bigger as you suggest in the pattern. Thanks for sharing the pattern!!

  4. Superbe ! j'aime beaucoup aussi ce côté romance. Joli rendu ! bravo ! bonne journée

  5. It's very lovely and elegant in white. I could see this worked in many shades of blue or, red and white for Christmas. I just finished a round pillow with some popcorn stitches, a Christmas present. Have a great day. x

  6. That's a very beautiful pattern.

  7. A gorgeous cushion, the solid squares are very classy!

  8. As always I love your posts and this cushion is no exception. I have just completed your Nordic shawl and am in love with it. I have written a blog post about it and linked back to you. Pop over and see, thanks for a great pattern x

  9. What a lovely square, so tru what you say about the colors.
    It completely changes the way it looks.
    Have a nice evening.

  10. Beautiful design, Annette. I wondering about this, for a blanket, in a greyish tone...

  11. This is absolutely Romantic!
    I like the touch of "dentelle" that makes.
    great pattern on my wish list.

  12. I love love love the pattern! Too bad I just started another project (I allow myself only one project at the time, otherwise I'll end up with too many unfinished projects ;-)). But I'll definitely gonna buy it! Thank you for making it available for sale!

  13. I have started to crochet my squares together into a pillow.
    Blogged about the start today.
    Thank you for a beautiful pattern.

  14. Now I can show the world your beautiful pattern in a finished pillow.

    I love how it turned out, It will for sure NOT be tha last one.
    Thank you so much.


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