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The French seam pillowcase is a super easy and fun giftable project.

You need a little more than a yard of fabric per pillowcase, and it is super easy to customize the fabric to match a special occasion or special interest. I made two from start to finish while filming this tutorial in a little less than 90 minutes, so they’re pretty quick too.

The French seam sounds super fancy, but it is a pretty straight-forward way to enclose raw edges and create a seam that is super strong and a better quality than serged ones you’ll find in a store.

Just add the FREE printable PDF and you can follow along as you watch the video.

If you want a coordinated set, like I made, you need:

  • 1 yard each of two fabrics for the body and sleeves
  • 1/4 yard for the flange

If you want a matched set, you need:

  • 1/2 yard for the sleeve
  • 1 1/2 yards for the body
  • 1/4 yard for the flange

The link to the PDF pattern will be sent to your email with your Completed receipt immediately following your purchase. Check your spam folder if you don’t receive it. You can also access your pattern after purchase by logging into your My Account page and clicking on the “Downloads” link. If you have any troubles accessing your download, please email help@quiltaddictsanonymous.com and he will send you your pattern link via email. Thank you!

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The French seam pillowcase is a super easy and fun giftable project.
You need a little more than a yard of fabric per pillowcase, and it is super easy to customize the fabric to match a special occasion or special interest. I made two from start to finish while filming this tutorial in a little less than 90 minutes, so they’re pretty quick too.
The French seam sounds super fancy, but it is a pretty straight-forward way to enclose raw edges and create a seam that is super strong and a better quality than serged ones you’ll find in a store.
Just add the FREE printable PDF and you can follow along as you watch the video.
If you want a coordinated set, like I made, you need:
  • 1 yard each of two fabrics for the body and sleeves
  • 1/4 yard for the flange

If you want a matched set, you need:

  • 1/2 yard for the sleeve
  • 1 1/2 yards for the body
  • 1/4 yard for the flange

The link to the PDF pattern will be sent to your email with your Completed receipt immediately following your purchase. Check your spam folder if you don’t receive it. You can also access your pattern after purchase by logging into your My Account page and clicking on the “Downloads” link. If you have any troubles accessing your download, please email help@quiltaddictsanonymous.com and he will send you your pattern link via email. Thank you!

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