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We love having pillowcases to match our quilts! Here is a fun and easy tutorial that teaches you how to easily make a pretty pillowcase with an encased seam and french seams for the finished edges. Select 3 coordinating fabrics.
Download Pillowcase easy to print PDF instructions here I've been making pillowcases f o r e v e r. Gosh, we even had a Pillowcase of the Month Club a few years back. But it wasn't until I recently taught my two grandson's how to sew that I tried this new method of making pillowcases. What's different is that the seams are all totally finished. There are no raw edges anywhere so they look neat and tidy inside and out.
Throughout the years I have collected dozens of pillowcases. Mostly due to the fact that my tastes have changed or I've had to purchase excess pillows for visitors, I have quite the stockpile in my linen closet. Now that I'm moving into a smaller space, I won't need to keep such a large inventory of pillows and pillowcases, and I found the perfect use for them. Inspired by the Bed In A Bag from Great Life Trading Co, my pillowcases would be perfect for these floor cushions.
Turn your free TJCC membership into your online crafty resume! That’s right, everything you upload to the site will remain here beautifully stored, forever. It’s all in one place and easy to share with friends, customers, and family! As always, YOU get complete credit for what you’ve made and we’ll help you share it with the world.