October 12, 2015

Blog with Friends - Scary Stuff Edition


Today is Blog with Friends - SCARY STUFF Edition!!! Ready to be afraid???? 



For my project I'll show you how to make a Have Scary Dreams Pillowcase!







I saw this fabric in Joann's and knew it would be perfect for Jacob. Nightmare Before Christmas is his favorite movie and purple is his favorite color. His birthday was September 21st and I knew I wanted to make SOMETHING for him. But what??? (BTW, I actually made this over a month ago!) 
I decided that a pillowcase would be the best thing for a 22 year old boy. ;) 


WHAT I USED 

Just less than 1 yard of main

Just less than 1/4 yard of black




STEP 1



You can use an existing pillowcase to measure this out if you like. 

I cut it the length I wanted and left the width.
STEP 2




Fold the contrast fabric in half and press.

Pin it to the "bottom" of the pillowcase. (I changed the position from what is shown in the picture.)

Sew the seam.

Press the seam.

Top stitch in place. 


STEP 3



Pin along the side and the bottom.

Sew the seam and press!






Guess what! You're done! That took, what?? 10 minutes????


I then took the pillowcase and embroidered Jacob's name on the black with shiny purple thread. 


Y'know.... Karen from Baking in a Tornado just reminded me how kids can trick or treat with pillowcases!!!! Wouldn't that be perfect?? You could make one to match their costumes and when Halloween is over they can use it on their beds!!! :D


Now check out all the other SCARY posts!!!!! :D

 Karen of Baking In A Tornado shares a recipe for Billy the Puppet Cake.

Blog With Friends: a monthly post of recipes and DIY and more by multiple bloggers based on a theme. October's theme: Scary Stuff | Billy the Puppet Cake by www.BakingInATornado.com


Robin of Someone Else's Genius wrote a Halloween story, In the End: Re-Imagined.






Rabia of The Lieber Family Blog shows us how to make fun Trick or Treat Bags.



Check out Lydia of A Cluttered Genius's Cheap and Easy Halloween Make-Up Tutorial.









8 comments:

  1. Great job! For all the sewing projects I've attempted, I've never made a pillow case. I ought to give it a try!

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  2. I absolutely love this!!! I wish I were crafty like you!!! I wish you could teach me!!!

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    1. I would love to teach you!! I wish we lived closer!!

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  3. Amazing! How would you make the matching sheets? ;)

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    1. Ummm... Sheets???? I might could a flat! Lol

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