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To make a Pillowcase with an Inside Flap to hide the pillow.
This will make an all one colour pillowcase.
Queen Size Pillow 20"x30".
Queen Size PillowCase  21"x36" as seen on the internet.
4" hem for the front on one short end
1" hem for the inside flap on the other short end
6" over inside Flap
1/4" seam allowance
How much fabric do I need to cut out for the front??
How much fabric for the back with the flap ??
This will make an all one colour pillowcase.
Thank you B.

I suggest you sketch this out on paper as a pattern with all the dimensions and use a calculator to find you total yardage needed for this project.  You could also contact the Youtube person that made the video.



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Claudia Buchanan


I can answer most all questions about sewing and fabricating home decor projects. I can not answer questions about clothing,kniting,crafts,etc.


Yes, I have owned a professional interior design workroom for 15 years. We specialize in window treatments, bedding, slipcovers, pillows,etc. I also teach hands-on sewing and business classes in my studio.

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Owner of Home Fashions U and we teach Home Decor sewing classes and I have owned a professional drapery workroom for over 15 years. We specialized in slipcovers, bedding, draperies and window coverings. I'm also a trainer for the Slipcover Summit which is held annually. Attended workshops and training class at trade events.

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We have a online sewing supply store for home sewers and decorators. I sew retail and wholesale for the Interior Desing Trade.

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