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Thread: pillowcases

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    Hi I've misplaced my instructions for pillow cases. The instructions were for the kind that does not show the seam. ANYONE THANK YOU, peterparley

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    I am glad you ask that question because I need it too. I got material for my grandson and want to make pillow cases. The material is Thomas the train:)

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    I really like the tutorial from Missouri Quilt Co.http://tutorials.missouriquiltco.com/

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    You tube has a bunch also.

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    I too really like the one from Missouri Quilt Co. It looked so simple

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrYWCma9wgM

    This is the Missouri Star Quilt Co. pillowcase tutorial.

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    I made 8 today using the Missouri Quilt way! So neat and simple.

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    If you search "pillowcase tutorial" on youtube, you'll get them all. The sausage method with French seams is my fave.

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