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Side Tie Pillow Case Pattern

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author BlissfulPatterns
Price $6.00
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by D. Clavier
on February 27th, 2015

“love It”

Easy and Glamourous Side Tie Pillow Case PDF Sewing Pattern. Easy to make for anyone who can sew a straight line and follow a straight forward pattern.

Pillow Covers are a practical and economical way to change the décor in your home. I’ve included cutting measurements for 3 different sizes; 14 X 14 inches, 16 X 16 inches and 18 X 18 inches.

Choose one, two or three side ties and do short knotted ties or longer ribbon ties. You can use a variety of fabrics including cotton, upholstery and home decor. Mix and match the front and back or side fabrics for different looks.

Makes a great gift, great sellers at craft and Christmas sales. It should take no more than 30-45 minutes to make one pillow case including cutting and you’ll get faster with each one.

YES, you can sew these beautiful pillow cases online or at bazaars, craft sales, etc. but kindly mention "pattern by BlissfulPatterns" in your listing.

Included are step by step detailed instructions in English, materials list and cutting help. Every step has at least one photo and there are lots of sewing tips along the way.


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• 1/2 yard of quality cotton, upholstery or light weight home decor fabric
• 1” wide grosgrain or other ribbon (optional )
• coordinating thread
• scissors, tape measure or ruler
• iron and ironing board

by D. Clavier
on February 27th, 2015

love It

by Smith, Jodie
on October 24th, 2014

I have made several of these and love them!

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