Friday afternoon, we had a group of friends from our local homeschool group over to sew pillowcases with us! I think everyone had a great time, and we turned out a slew of pillowcases. The kids each made two pillowcases, one to keep and one to give. My hope is that the pillowcase that they kept will remind them to pray for the sick child who receives the matching one.
(I love this one of me sewing with Jamie!)
And, the kids, each showing off one of their finished pillowcases:
We used the Hot Dog Pillowcase Tutorial with a French seam to make these, and they turned out great! The donated pillowcases will go to ConKerr Cancer’s Miles of Pillowcase Smiles project.
That looks like a fun and fulfilling day!
Hi! Saw your photo on the Craft Hope Flikr page. Wanted to tell the kids what a GREAT job they did – their pillowcases look awesome! My friends and I got together and made 10 pillowcases and really had fun doing it – looks like you all did too! And I gotta say – french seams – I’m impressed! I didn’t do that and I’m a 48 year old Home Ec dropout!