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Since a post can’t be without a picture, here is a pillowcase I made for Lillian.  It’s another travel size pillowcase, but this time I cut my main fabric 18 x 26, accent 2 x 26, and cuff 8 x 26.  It’s still slightly narrow, so next time I might cut each piece to 27 or 28 instead of 26 inches.

If I’m MIA in the next few weeks it’s because they are getting ready to start working on the basement, so instead of sewing, I will probably be researching all of the design sites to help finalize all of the decisions for the basement.  I’m scared excited if that is even possible!

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    What are you doing to the basement? Is it going to be a sewing room?

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