Pillow Hug (pillowcase with pillow) $18
Pillowcase alone $ 9
Baby Blankets (reversible 39” x 36”) $22
Burp Cloths (pack of 4) $20
Email Jo Ann at email@example.com
BOYS GIRLS FLANNEL
Cars Butterflies Basketball
Dinosaurs Disney Princesses Cats
Trucks Flowers Dogs
Soccer Frozen Dinosaurs
Basketball Girl Scientists Football
Football Girl Super Heroes Giraffes
Baseball LOL Girls Guitars
Wolves Lady Bugs Lions
Super Heroes Hearts Penguins
Video Games Mermaids Sloths
Rockies Unicorns Snowmen
Broncos Stars Starry Sky
Nuggets Wild Animals
Green Bay PCKERS Unicorns
Realistic Cats Charlie Brown
Cartoon Cats Daniel Tiger
Realistic Dogs Paw Patrol
Cartoon Dogs Toy Story
Horses Peppa Pig
Giraffes Harry Potter
Select a theme. Email Jo Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org
She will email pictures of what she has.
Pillowcases $9 Pillowcase with pillow $18
You can pick up by appointment
Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church at 11500 W. 20th Ave.
1st Universalist Church Parking Lot at 4101 E. Hampden Ave. on Saturday, December 11th.
How to Sew Pillow Hugs Pillowcases
How to Cut Fabric:
Cut main piece 29 ½ x 18” (30” tends to make a pillowcase that is too large.)
Cut band piece 29 ½ x 10”
How to Sew:
Lay band piece on table with right side up.
Roll main piece into a long roll with one long side free.
Align free edge with one long edge of band piece.
Fold the other long edge of the band piece to meet the other two edges.
Pin all three edges together.
Sew all three edges together with a 3/8” seam. This encases the main part of the
pillowcase in a long tube.
Now, pull the main piece out of the tube. You now have one piece that measures
approximately 29 ½ x 22”.
Align the edges with wrong sides together. Pin. Now sew a ¼” L seam on the 2 free
Trim all the loose threads with scissors.
If you like, clip corners a little bit.
Turn right sides in and iron the seam. (This creates a nice crisp edge so that it will
be easier to enclose the raw edges.)
Sew a 3/8” L seam along the two seamed edges making a French Seam which
encases the edges.
The 3/8” seam may seem to be too deep. Don’t worry. We cut the pieces big
enough to allow for this seam.
Turn and press. That’s it. You’re done and no exposed seams!