Sewing: How to Sew a Kids Envelope Pillow Case

Hello! I’m back with a sewing blog post on How to Sew a Kids Pillow Case. So, recently I’ve been busy with other things, I apologise for a late long post. Let’s go straight to the main thing, So my niece keep want me to sew a pillow case for her and is hello kitty printed. HAHA. Can’t help it, she just love hello kitty. Okay, firstly, I use her pillow as measurement. What I did was I took her pillow on the fabric and cut out the size that I want according to the pillow.

Step 1:

Align your fabric, and fold to half. Then use the pillow to measure and cut out the size that you want.Gives 1 or 2 cm seam allowance on all 3 sides. So it won’t turn out to be so tight.

Step 2:Once cut out, it will look like a half folded piece.Now have to adjust the piece of fabric.

Turn to wrong side of the fabric, Take one side of the piece, shift a bit longer to make the envelope cover.Now have to adjust the piece of fabric. Take one side of the piece from the top, shift a bit longer, fold down a few CM to make the envelope cover.

Step 3:Once adjusted, take the body side put over the top which is the envelope cover and Pin it.Step 4:Before you start sewing, make hem on the envelope cover and the body edge.Step 5:Done with heming, you can start sewing all the 3 side. Remember to do a back stitch for the starting and ending edge.And you are good to go! Try it and adjust if needed.If you want to try sewing a pillow case, this is the beginner basic steps to start off with.Feel free to shared with me your finished project in the comment!No promise! but I will try my best to do up more tutorial sooner as I can! HAPPPY SEWING!
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