Easy Tube Pillow Case Tutorial - Support the Million Pillowcase Challenge!





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Published on Mar 12, 2010

http://missouriquiltco.com - This is the easiest, cutest, quickest pillowcase you will ever make! If you are ready to move on from a generic pillowcase, try this fun and easy tutorial. Try it out to support the American Patchwork & Quilting Million Pillowcase Challenge (http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/million...).

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I love these pillowcases. I practiced on ones for my grandkids and now I am in the process of making 55 of them for my local Ronald McDonald House. It's a start!  Thanks for your tutorials.  I can't stop watching them! 
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I have made these many times and the one thing that I do before I sew the end and the side together is to top stitch the little trim band down. If you dont, it will forever be flipping up or down and the only way to tame it is to iron everytime you wash it. EEKS!
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Lisa Brady
I'm 54 years old and teaching myself to sew.  Your tutortial is excellant and I've learned to make something to be  proud of!!  It's a start!!  Thanks :)
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@Micah Rosenstein That is just a personal choice.  We generally do not pre-wash, but there are many who do!
Marilyn Trent
Great tutorial as you normally do, and the camera man did great - following a moving target is not easy.  After all, we just thank you for these wonderful FREE tutorials and all the sharing and giving back that you do.  God Bless you and the camera man!
Alice Crawford
To further enclose all seams, in that last step when sewing up the side seams, I place "wrong" sides together first, then turn the pillowcase and now sew the right sides together. In this way, there will never be any raveling of fabric. I also put buttons and buttonholes on the wide border. I started doing that when I had a "satin" set which was always sliding around and usually halfway off by morning.
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Thank you
How fun would it be to just cut fabric off the bolt as you need it?!
Pamela Moore
Totally awesome. I made pillow cases with one side being satin and the other cotton, and I never did it again because it was not so easy. But this is awesome. I feel a twitch in my shoulders. Time to get crackin and make some more pillow cases. This was easy!! Love the challenge as well, I have a lot of fabric! What is wrong with the 157 people who did not like this??? What's not to like!?
Ado Annie
I found out almost at the last minute that my daughter was bringing a friend with her for Christmas day. I didn't know the girl but I thought pillow cases! In less than an hour I had a pair of cases done in starry fabric wrapped and under the tree with her name on the package. She was thrilled. This is a truly wonderful gift.
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