I finally got around to making my slip cover for my sewing stool (DH’s grandfathers stool). DH unglued the cushion & attached board so I could recover it, but I came up with the idea of using industrial velcro instead so I can make sheet like slip covers for it that I can swap out easily as well as toss the covers in the wash… but when you look at it, it looks like a normal upholstered cushion!
I also cut out the makings for the twins bedding… 2 fitted sheets, 1 semi-fitted top sheet & a pillowcase for each. THEN I cut down all the scraps to make something with later :). I managed to get one of the sheets sewn up tonight, hopefully I will finish the rest tomorrow! You can find the tutorial for this on my list of tutorials at the top with the ones I posted on my blog.
Another 2 3/4 yards of fabric sewn up!
I just recently stumbled upon your blog and I LOVE it!
I will be attempting to sew crib sheets for my daughter soon (thanks to your awesome tutorial!) but wondered if you could helpl me out with a tutorial for matching pillowcases (I’m new at everything sewing)?
I only hope my endeavor turns out 1/3 as well as yours look!
Good luck! I haven’t used this, but here is a pillowcase tutorial I found… http://www.filminthefridge.com/2010/01/27/pretty-quick-pillowcase-tutorial/