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Pillowcase Madness

Added Dec 13, 2010

by hannnah

Newcastle, Calif...






Obviously, I love making pillowcases. I get to use great combinations of fabric and I can whip them out pretty darn fast now. Some of the fabrics are vintage, but mostly they are new. All of these were or still are for sale at my Etsy page, but if you’re a Burdastyle member you should really make your own! :D Just ‘cause they’re so much fun to make and they make wonderful gifts (think christmas!).

This product is for sale
By hannnah at Etsy.com

Material Notes

cotton, cotton, cotton!




Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Classic, Mod, Other, Preppy, Vintage
Cotton, Flannel

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    Jun 15, 2011, 01.13 AMby Megan Richards

    Beautiful! And, oh! are those Amy Butler fabrics? They are gorgeous…

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      Jun 16, 2011, 02.48 AMby hannnah

      Why thank you! Yep, some of those are Amy Butler’s. I have a love affair with her fabrics haha.

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    Dec 19, 2010, 10.59 AMby suzisew

    I LOVE these! I’ll certainly be making some in the new year. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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    Dec 16, 2010, 05.52 AMby smallone

    oooh you have such great color sense :) I particualy like the Orange one has a lovely vintage feel.

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      Dec 17, 2010, 07.27 AMby hannnah

      Thank you so much! The orange ones are my favorite so far. I have so much fun making these.

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    Dec 14, 2010, 11.52 PMby lizajane09

    What a great idea! I love all of your fabric combinations, especially the first. Did you use a pattern or make up your own?

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      Dec 17, 2010, 07.27 AMby hannnah

      I made up my own. Something like 3/4 yard for the body, 10" (folded in half) for the cuff and 3 inches for the small strip. I change these pretty often though depending on how much fabric I have, and how the fabrics go together. I also sew them up with french seams so nothing frays!

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