How to make a Halloween fabric scrap pillowcase

Pillows are an easy decor solution for any time of the year but work especially well for holidays. By swapping out these staple items, your space can take on a whole new look with little effort. With its knotted edging and Halloween-themed pattern, this pillowcase is just the right blend of playful and spooky.
Choose fabrics with similar color schemes for a polished finished product. Check out the video and instructions to get started. Don't be afraid to veer away from the typical orange and black color combination. Colors such as purple, green and gray work just as well for Halloween decor.
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Materials
- 2 Halloween-themed fabric scraps cut into 2 pieces
- Sewing pins
- Sewing needle
- Thread
- Scissors
- Pillow form
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Instructions
1. Place both pieces of fabric onto the workspace with right sides together. (The fabric pieces should be on top of one another.)
2. Pin together the bottom edges of both pieces of fabric with sewing pins.
3. Sew together the pinned edges using a blanket stitch.
4. Remove the pins from the fabric.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 so you have two matching fabric pieces.
6. Place both pieces of fabric onto the workspace with right sides together, with each pattern placed against the opposite pattern.
7. Pin together one edge of both pieces of fabric with sewing pins.
8. Cut slits into all edges of both pieces of fabric about two inches long and one inch apart from one another.
9. Remove sewing pins from the fabric.
10. Flip over the fabric pieces so the right sides are facing outward. Patterns on each side should be placed opposite to one another.
11. Tie together the strips of fabric along three of the outside edges of the pillowcase.
12. Place the pillow form inside the pillowcase.
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13. Tie together the strips of fabric along the open edge of the pillowcase to seal it shut.
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