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Thread: Pillow case pattern

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    Super Member Kitsie's Avatar
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    I know, I know, there are a billion out there! What is a favorite for free download and easy to do? Thanks, all! ;-)

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    There is one from Missouri Star Quilting (youtube) that looks easy. I haven't ACTUALLY tried it though...! Good luck!

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    I have made several from the Missouri Star video. They are fun and I can make a pair in about an hour.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrYWC...layer_embedded

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    I followed your link and found this one I like by Robin Gallagher:
    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7moryq_ZRFY&feature=related[url]

    Thanks everyone!

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    I think it's the same as the above link but I like the one where you make a tube and when you turn it right side out the edges of the decorative piece and the open part where you put the pillow in are all finished. Next I make a french seam on side and bottom and all edges are inside and less likely to fray. I found it at this site: allpeoplequilt and it's called roll up in the pattern list.

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    Thanks for sharing all the links!

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    I like Missouri Quilt co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charleen DiSante
    I think it's the same as the above link but I like the one where you make a tube and when you turn it right side out the edges of the decorative piece and the open part where you put the pillow in are all finished. Next I make a french seam on side and bottom and all edges are inside and less likely to fray. I found it at this site: allpeoplequilt and it's called roll up in the pattern list.
    What is a "french seam".

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    I've done several like Robin Gallagher and they turn out great, and if you have an embroidery machine, the little ones love their name on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charleen DiSante
    I think it's the same as the above link but I like the one where you make a tube and when you turn it right side out the edges of the decorative piece and the open part where you put the pillow in are all finished. Next I make a french seam on side and bottom and all edges are inside and less likely to fray. I found it at this site: allpeoplequilt and it's called roll up in the pattern list.
    Yeah, that sounds the same as the Robin Gallagher one! That's how I'll do it.

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