PILLOWCASE Three-Color Slashed Tuck Cuff

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PILLOWCASE Three-Color Slashed Tuck Cuff Pattern


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Sewing: PILLOWCASE Three-Color Slashed Tuck Cuff
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills
  • Straight and ZigZag Stitch

Pattern Description:

This pillowcase pattern can be sewn in a number of styles, country to heirloom. Just change the fabric and/or color combinations. Inside seams are completely finished with no raw edges showing. The pillowcase can also be made as a pillow cover (sham). The size makes it usable for more than one size of bed pillow depending on the look you want to achieve. For a standard pillow, more of the cuff will lay off the edge of the pillow. Skill Building: Learn how to do French Seams, Slash Tucks and Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Pillowcase finishes approximately 20 1/2" x 38"
  • Fits standard pillowcase with cuff off pillow or can fit king size with cuff on pillow


  • All fabric 41"/42" Width
  • Pillowcase Trim: 1/8 yard or 2" x 41/42"
  • Pillowcase Cuff: Main Color 19 1/2", Color 1 Slash Tuck 3 1/2", Color 2 Slash Tuck 3 1/2", Color 3 Slash Tuck 3 1/2"
  • Pillowcase Body: 3/4 Yard

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Sharp straight pins
  • 90/14 Needle
  • Threads: Match for construction, contrast thread to embellish tucks (optional)
  • Hand Embroidery thread as per instruction sheet-5 colors suggested
  • Basting Glue (Optional)
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat (Optional)

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I am a sewing and sewing technique instructor teaching at various venues including a community college, quilt shop and sewing machine store. My patterns offer versatile options allowing any skill level to be as creative as they wish. Each pattern contains a minimum of one skill building technique.

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