Crochet Pillowghan Squares Patterns
Sugarloaf Mountain Pillowghan Square
Date Added: May 5, 2015
This pillowghan square is named for a Mountain in Maine that is the home of the Largest Ski resort east of the Rockies, Sugarloaf!! It is named this because the rounds are different just like the trai
Burnt Mtn. Pillowghan Square
Date Added: February 19, 2014
This pillowghan Square is named after a mountain in my area. It is fun to make and would be pretty done in any combination of colors.
Plantation Pillowghan Square
Date Added: August 26, 2012
This pillowghan square starts off as rows, such as a plantation would be planted, then ends up in rounds like the road around a plantation! It is fun and easy to make and would make a great take along project. Imagine making this with scraps of yarn using 2 colors per square.
Valentine Pillowghan Square
Date Added: February 11, 2011
This 12in by 12in pillowghan square has hearts on the inside red rows. If look closely, you can see them. The hearts are made with cluster stitches worked over 2dc. It is a fun and fairly fast square to make and would make a great pillowghan square for a friendship exchange.
Franklin Pillowghan Square
Date Added: May 3, 2009
This is a fun and easy pillowghan square that can be made with the scraps you may have in your stash. The yarn in this square was Red Heart Super Saver. It has 2 rounds with cluster stitches in it but for the most part, it has just double crochets and single crochets.
Bobble Stripes Pillowghan Square
Date Added: September 13, 2007
This large crocheted pillowghan square would look great with a bunch more made up with several different colored scraps of yarn.
Clusters & Shells Pillowghan Square
Date Added: July 9, 2007
This crocheted pillowghan square is fairly fast to make and could be made many color combinations. It starts off with a variegated yarn in the center and also has a solid color yarn worked in. The cluster used in this pattern is a true cluster which is worked over 3 stitches and not into one stitch like a bobble is.
Dutch 12inch Square
Date Added: June 1, 2005
This crocheted square is easy to make and would look breathtaking in a pillowghan!
Center Clusters Pillowghan Square
Date Added: May 16, 2001
This pillowghan square can be easily made with several different colors or with a varaigated colored yarn. It is simple and would make a great take along project. With this pattern, you could easily make a pillowghan in about 12-13 hours or 13-14 nights if you make just one square per night. Then piece them all together on the 14th night.
Variation of Perky Pillowghan Square
Date Added: October 12, 2000
This pillowghan square is almost exactly like the Perky Pillowghan Square. There is a slight variation with the way the corners are worked. And also there is a row of sc on the last round. Plus this is made of all one color.
Perky Pillowghan Square
Date Added: October 3, 2000
Sorry, I could not think of a better name. ;) This pillowghan square can be easily altered to make a small 6inx6in square or continued on for an afghan. It is very versatile. This square does tend to be wavy. This is a great pattern to use up scraps you may have.
Wavy Pillowghan Square
Date Added: September 13, 1999
This square is a bit different from the normal pillowghan square. It is wavy. If you want it to lie flat, you could use a larger hook. I made it this way just to be different. If you use a soft type of worsted weight yarn, this would produce a very luxurious afghan!
Popcorn Pillowghan Square12
Date Added: May 1, 1999
This square is a result of a request from a fellow crocheter. She asked for a 12x12 square and here it is. I am into doing popcorns lately so I put some into this square. Imagine a bunch of these squares put together in an afghan!