Give your bed linens an instant update with new pillowcases. These lovelies combine the silkiness of solid satin with the pretty softness of flannel. An easy roll-and-turn construction method creates finished seams inside and out.
Add a little holiday cheer by changing out your pillowcases. It’s fast, easy, and inexpensive. Our instructions show how to make two standard cases using just 1½ yards of main fabric and ½ yard of trim fabric.
Even if you’re staying home for the holidays, kids would love crashing near their own Christmas tree in this cozy sleepover bag and matching pillowcase made in pretty holiday flannel and cotton. It’s big, but it’s not complex.
Looking for a Halloween pillow pal? How about a full size body pillow – maybe one that glows in the dark?! We used an envelope style closure for the bottom of the pillow that hides the end of the pillow inside a hemmed pocket.
Cotton sheets are crisp and clean and launder beautifully, but they can feel cool on baby’s cheeks. Sometimes it’s nice to switch up to a soft fleece to help your little one drift off to dreamland in warm and cozy comfort.
Fast and easy, new pillowcases are a great way to freshen bed linens for Spring. Have fun selecting three pretty prints for each pillowcase: one for the body, one for the narrow flange, and one for the pleated cuff.
A fast and easy pillowcase project that demonstrates a construction technique known as “burrito style.” It’s an easy way to create nicely finished seams inside and out with a quick roll-and-turn method.