I set up the .pdf file for booklet printing. That means if your printer can manage double-sided printing, all you have to do is choose "landscape view" and "2-sided printing" in your printer settings (only 3 pages of paper required). If double sided isn't an option, then simply print single sided and fold the pages wrong sides together to make a booklet. Presto! There's also a handy-dandy cutting checklist so you can prep all your fabrics in advance, making this pillow cover a perfect retreat project.
The pattern is charm-pack friendly. In fact, I recommend using a charm pack for a scrappy look to your Dresden and flying geese border. Make a 20" bound pillow cover (with super-easy hidden zipper backing) or a lovely mini-quilt to adorn your table or wall. For completely different look, check this one out!
I'm always an email away if you run into any issues. I'd be tickled if you'd add photos of projects you've made with my tutorials or patterns in the Poppyprint Projects flickr group.
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