How to make a pillowcase with French seams

Learn how to make a pillowcase using your favorite novelty fabric, sport team, cartoon character or just fabric leftovers to match your latest quilt. Stephanie Soebbing from http://www.QuiltAddictsAnonymous.com breaks down the process and uses a French seam, which encloses all edges so you don’t need a serger and your pillowcase will look more professional than the ones you buy in the store.

Supplies we used:
3/4 yard fabric for the body
1/4 yard fabric for the sleeve
2.5-inc by WOF for the flange:
Shop fabric by the yard at https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product-category/fabric/order-by-the-yard/?orderby=date&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=order+by+the+yard&utm_campaign=12.10.18

For more sewing tutorials, visit http://quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials/

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  1. How would you cut the fabric when it is directional and you want it to going the right way when the pillowcase is on the bed?

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