Burrito-roll refers to the technique -- not what is inside my pillowcase!!! I first learned this method for making pillowcases at the Houston Quilt Festival in the 1990s. I've made scads of them since then for gifts and for personal use. They can be made in less than an hour, and it's fun to choose the three coordinating fabrics. They are especially a great gift for a sick child, or one with sleeping issues, or just because; as the variety of cotton fabrics available for kids goes from dinosaurs to princesses and everything in between.
There are tutorials all over the web for this technique. A good one can be found at The Crafty Gemini (click here). The great thing about this method is that all seams are enclosed with no raw edges by just sewing three seams!
I'm in the process of a mini-makeover of our guest room that includes these new pillowcases.
By the way, this was the view of our backyard from the guest room this morning -- Colorado at its best -- the morning after a snowstorm with the blue sky and the sun shining! Love it.
I'm linking to the following:
The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home Friday
Romantic Home for Show & Tell Friday
The Dedicated House for Anything Blue Friday
Funky Junk Interiors for Saturday Nite Special
Smiling Sally for Blue Monday
The Dedicated House for Make It Pretty Monday
Cedar Hill Ranch for The Scoop Tuesday
A Stroll Thru Life for Inspire Me Tuesday
Ivy and Elephants for What's It Wednesday
No Minimalist Here for Thursday Open House
A Daily Cup for Share Your Cup Thursday