With this easy peasy DIY Minky Toddler Pillowcase Tutorial, you can make your own super easy and adorable boutique style minky toddler pillowcase.
We all love little tots and its a huge step going from a crib to a big toddler bed. But their little heads aren't quite ready for a full size pillow and its hard to find toddler pillows, especially to match your bedding! So why not make your own DIY Minky Toddler Pillowcase!
1/2 Yard of Cotton
1/4 Yard of Dimple Dot Minky
12" x 16" Pillow Form (my favorite brand here)
Finished Toddler Pillow Size 12" x 16"
***If sewing a pillowcase with Flannel you may also find These MUST HAVE TIPS FOR SEWING WITH FLANNEL FABRIC helpful.
Toddler Pillowcase Tutorial
- Cut Minky strip 33" x 8.5"
- Cut rectangle 13.5 " x 33"
Using your rotary blade or scissors cut 2 rectangles 13.5" tall by 33" wide
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Place the folded minky strip on the right edge of the vertical rectangle with the edges all of the minky and the cotton lined up and pin every 1/2" - 1" apart.
Next sew a zig zag seam along the pinned minky and cotton edges making sure to sew with the minky on the bottom. A walking foot is helpful, but not necessary for this short project. Since minky is a stretchy fabric, sewing with it on the bottom will allow the feed dogs on the machine to feed it faster than the top cotton layer. A zig zag seam will also help keep the minky from getting a bit wonky with its cotton counter part and reduce the bulk.