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How To Sew A Pillowcase With Flap

How To Sew A Pillowcase With Flap. Hem 1 short edge on both pieces (see arrows). (if you’re new to hemming, read my lesson on how to sew the perfect hem !)

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Place a pin at each side, to mark the 8 inch measurement. The interesting thing about this pillowcase is that it features a flap on the inside to keep the pillow insert in place. Sew your own perfect pillow cases at home, perfectly with french seams!

(If You’re New To Hemming, Read My Lesson On How To Sew The Perfect Hem !)

I folded the fabric under ¼” and ¼” again, then pressed with the iron and sewed it in place. Repeat on the other short end, then sew down, close to the fold. Use a rotary cutter and straight edge to trim the.

Most Pillow Covers Are Envelope Style Pillow Covers.

Then fold flap as shown in the picture and stitch sides. Fold the pillowcase in half, lining up the cuffs. An envelope style closure also helps keep the pillow from slipping out the end.

Then Take The Blue Flap And Pull It Towards The Back.

The next step for you is to cut the fabric you are using into two rectangular pieces. Then fold it again by 1 cm and press again. Since this part will be the flap on the inside of the pillowcase it isn’t even noticeable.

Sew Along The Seam With A 1/4U2032U2032 Seam Allowance.

Don’t stitch the top part. Hem 1 short edge on both pieces (see arrows). Sewing is finished, turn the pillowcase right side.

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With the “wrong” side facing up, fold 1 short. Line up the raw edges of the folded strip with the top of the zipper, right sides up on both pieces. The interesting thing about this pillowcase is that it features a flap on the inside to keep the pillow insert in place.

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