Tuesday, September 04, 2007

New raw seams pillowcases

Calling for help! I"m at the quilt camp and can't remember whose blog I read that had the good instructions for the pillowcases that had no raw seams showing?

I know I sent a note to you. If you know where I saw that can you please post a comment of your blog for me so I can find it for camp! Sorry, I have the instructions at home but got down here and don't have them.

THANKS!

6 comments from wonderful readers:

Tracey said...

I don't know if my blog is the one you are thinking of, but I do have a tutorial on mine for this type of pillowcase:
http://quiltinginct.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html

Have fun with them, they go together very fast!

Laura said...

Off to save my butt again I see! Thanks. See you tomorrow!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Dawn, Karen over at Sew Primitive had some instructions recently. If you log on to my blog and then click on Karen's under WWQG, you'll see it.

Lucy said...

Sorry Dawn I can't help you . Have a nice time!

ROZ said...

I make french seams--it's a double seam. First sew a narrow seam, wrong sides together. Press, turn and then sew a fatter seam, right sides together.

Rabbit Stitchings said...

I recently put on my blog (in August) with photos how I make my ruffled pillow cases... I use a serger so I don't have raw seams... but if it was french seams your talking about it wasn't my blog :O)...