Alright, now let’s make a pillowcase!
Step #1. Cut two pieces of fabric 20 and 1/2 inches by 26 and 1/2 inches. Then cut two pieces of fabric 10 inches by 20 and 1/2 inches.
Step #5. Next place both of your serged rectangles on top of each other with right sides together (like in the photo below).
And your done—it’s like the easiest project EVER!
Especially if you’ve got a serger!
(And if you are like me and don’t have a serger I’ll be posting very soon another way to make an easy pillowcase using your sewing machine and that hides your raw edges.)
Now as for the giveaway… ***THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED***
Today we are over at Riley Blake Designs sharing the tutorial for the quilt that matches Grace’s pillowcase. And that means that today we have a giveaway over here of one of their awesome fat quarter bundles!
(Which is exactly what I used to make the quilt—one fat quarter bundle of their INDIE CHIC line and a few yards of coordinating fabric.)
So if you want to win a bundle that will look something like this:
just leave us a comment telling us what your favorite movie is.
(Not as random as it sounds—the quilt and pillowcases were made for our Friday family movie night camp outs. So…it relates…)
And if your one of those people who likes to get extra entries you can like Riley Blake’s Facebook page for another entry and you can even like our Facebook page for an extra entry. (Just leave us a comment for each page you that like so you get those extra entries.) Good luck everybody!
*SIDE NOTE: The quilt we are sharing today was so much fun to make…and we learned a lot doing it…for example someone…who will remain anonymous but that we appreciate very much…let us try our hand at long arm quilting.
That was AWESOME!!! Sure, we aren’t long arm professionals but it is something that I would definitely like to try again and again and again.
Below is a photo of our funny quilting work…it’s ca-razy but sure was fun. I can’t wait to give it another try!