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Thread: 1-February-2014 Project of the Month, Gift Bag Pillowcase

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    1-February-2014 Project of the Month, Gift Bag Pillowcase

    Good Morning Everyone,

    It's time to post the Project of the Month Pattern for February. This project is called a "Gift Bag Pillowcase, with a gift card pocket". I had a great time making this project & I hope you will like it as much as I did. I have teenage Granddaughter's & I know they will love this project, as Christmas gifts this year. These make up very quickly & you can make several single ones or sets to give for gifts through out the year. Enjoy!!



    http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/millio...aseGiftBag.pdf
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    what a fun project!
    when i saw this, it occurred to me that i make a lot of quilts but no pillowcases or shams to go with.
    i'm inspired and hope to make at least one of these pillowcase gift bags to go with each quilt i make this year.
    fingers crossed! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ View Post
    what a fun project!
    when i saw this, it occurred to me that i make a lot of quilts but no pillowcases or shams to go with.
    i'm inspired and hope to make at least one of these pillowcase gift bags to go with each quilt i make this year.
    fingers crossed! LOL
    Oh Patrice, what a great idea & I am so glad that you shared your idea with all of us. I was also thinking that by making a set of pillow cases, it would make a great Wedding gift or Birthday & Christmas gift. The possibilities are endless!!
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    What a clever idea, someone was thinking, not only does it serve two purposes, it is so pretty, too!! I am going to try this. I like the idea of new projects each month, love quilts but something smaller is so appealing, especially if I am just happy to have a challenging quilt done!!

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    Im in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    very cute case.I might make a smaller one to put my crocheting in. Maybe add a little interfacing to help give it some body. This was made with some very pretty fabric. Can't wait to see what everyone does with this months bag.
    Mary

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    I am off to make my first gift bag pillowcase!
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    I love this project! Maybe I can put my knitting yarn in it.
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    I remember reading about a group that donated pillowcase bags to give to foster kids. Too often when they are removed from their home they take their things in garbage bags.
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    I love this idea!

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