Sewing cot sheets


Jul 06, 2008 · Another way to do this (if you’re making multiple sheets), is to cut out a pattern piece that’s 1/4 the size of your sheet. It looks like this (or the state of Utah): Then before cutting anything out, you can fold your fabric into fourths, lay that on top, and easily cut it out. Okay, with your fabric cut, let’s start sewing. Oct 05, 2017 · Starting where you marked the fabric with one pin, sew all the way around the sheet (wrong sides together) with a 1/2″ seam allowance. Stop at your two pins mark, leaving a small opening in the casing. Cut an 80″ length of 1/4″ elastic. Pin one end to the sheet (so it doesn’t pull through) and attach another safety pin to the free end. Mar 29, 2019 · Sew the hems of the homemade fitted sheet. Leave 1-inch (2.5 cm) wide gaps about 8 inches (20 cm) away from the sewn-together corners on each side of the sheet. This allows you to thread the elastic through to make the sheet fitted. 11 Jul 06, 2008 · Another way to do this (if you’re making multiple sheets), is to cut out a pattern piece that’s 1/4 the size of your sheet. It looks like this (or the state of Utah): Then before cutting anything out, you can fold your fabric into fourths, lay that on top, and easily cut it out. Okay, with your fabric cut, let’s start sewing.