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Disney 'Cars' Pillowcase: Detail of Fabrics

Cars Pillowcase

August 26, 2011 Sarah Coggins

Our son finally got his own pillow a few months ago in a “last minute, anything to get the child to go to sleep in his own bed” sort of moment. He never sleeps in our bed but wanted to lay there with his head on my pillow so I offered to give him his own.

Disney 'Cars' Pillowcase
In his crib with his Seahorse & Cars blanket (not exactly a match but he’s happy!)

I wanted to get him a special pillowcase for it. Something fun and all his. I looked for a Cars sheet set thinking it could be part of our switch from crib to toddler bed, but most came with a comforter (which we don’t need). And, he’s still very happy in his crib and doesn’t use a top sheet so there was no need to buy the full toddler bedding set. Instead, I pulled two fabrics from my stash and bought a third from Etsy to make him his own special Cars pillowcase. He loves it which makes this mama very happy. 🙂

Disney 'Cars' Pillowcase: Detail of Fabrics
Detail of the Fabrics

Supplies: cotton fabrics; Coats & Clark threads; pillowcase pattern from All People Quilt – Pattern 15.


  • Bonnie August 26, 2011 at 9:34 am
    What a great idea Sarah! I'm glad Dylan likes his new pillow and case. Whatever it takes to keep them happy at bedtime! Stay safe this weekend.
  • Janet August 30, 2011 at 8:58 am
    Super cute, Sarah! Very ingenious and stylish, too! We had the same kinds of issues when our daughter was that age. Wish I would have had that pillow idea!
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