Friday, February 04, 2011

Homemade Pillowcase

I made a pillowcase for a little boy for Christmas, but just gave it to him recently, so I can finally blog about it.

His bedroom is mostly brown and bright orange, so when I came across this fabric at the San Diego Quilt Show last year, I just had to buy it.
Then vendor had complimentary fabrics arranged in kits along with a pattern, but I can't link the vendor since she didn't label the kit at all.
She had miscellaneous prints and colorways, but I gravitated to the orange in the fun robot print.

I used the pillowcase as a gift bag for small toys.
He got another stuffed toy snake, a train whistle, a nose flute (!), and a creature from the Black Lagoon-style set of swimming goggles.

I'd been away from my sewing machine for so long, it felt good to brush the dust off.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

So how old is the little guy?

8:57 AM  
Blogger woof nanny said...

He's six! I always get him a bunch of weird little toys. My fave was the nose-blowing bubble maker!

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

these pillow cases are great gifts.

8:52 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Cute pillow case. I made about 14 this past Christmas myself. Flannel is warm and cozy. A homemade pillow is so useful. My husband and boys all are using them and it makes me feel so good to make and give a gift that is useful. Hope you are good.

Shawnlorette (ps there are a few photos in my flickr photo stream

9:15 AM  

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