Sleepovers are one of my fondest memories as a little girl. I loved staying overnight with my girlfriends, watching movies, giggling and trying to see if we were able to stay up the whole night (which never actually happened). I had a really neat sleeping bag that I took to sleepovers and I always felt really special when I brought it over to my friends houses.
So, here's a tutorial to make your darling little lady her very own "special" sleepover pillowcase. This pillowcase would also be great as a special "travel" pillowcase or would be super-cute for a little toddler going to daycare who needed a nap-time pillow and blankie.
Different patterned Fabric
1 package of rick rack
Fusible interfacing (such as WonderUnder)
Iron and ironing board
Main body fabric: 27" X 42"
Cuff fabric: 11" X 42"
Ruffle fabric: 5" X 88" (will need to cut 2 pieces 5" X 44 and stitch together)
Rick Rack: 42"
And there you have it! A special pillowcase for a very special little lady!
This is a set of pillowcases that I made for a customers twins for their 2nd birthday. They will be taking these pillowcases and matching patchwork blankets to their daycare for nap time - SO cute!!
Cottage Mama's Note: If you don't sew and are still interested in these pillowcases, I do have custom versions listed in my etsy shop for sale.
*Tutorial is for personal use only - not to be made for resale.Pin It