Passover Seder Pillowcases: Three-Day Sale + Giveaway

passover seder pillowcase

We chop and dice, saute and bake — for days.

We clean like our lives depend on it.

We set the table with surgical precision.

When we finally sit down to the table, we breathe the world’s biggest sigh of relief.

It’s perfect! (Or perfectly imperfect, if you’re at my house!).

But there is one thing, as I look around the table, that always makes me giggle: My kids’ Spiderman pillowcases “adorning” our seder pillows.

While there’s something endearing about a seder with character pillowcases, if you want to bring a bit more elegance to your seder table, there is an alternative: Passover Seder Pillowcases.

Designed by expert stylist Esther O (you may remember her from her fantastic penny napkin ring holders tutorial), these Passover pillow covers are stunning!

With two unique styles to choose from, Passover pillowcases make the perfect gift for your seder host — or for yourself.

Pillowcases are a cotton/poly blend with embroidery and rhinestones, and fit standard-sized bed pillows.

Just toss them in the washing machine and they will look like new, year after year.

Ester O is running a special three-day sale just for KOAB readers. Normally $29.99, your choice of Passover Seder Pillowcases are $24.99 each with FREE shipping when you use the coupon code seder5off.

This sale is good thru Thursday, March 7th only!

I’m also excited that Esther has offered to give away two pillowcases to two lucky KOAB readers.

Here’s how to enter the Passover Seder Pillowcase giveaway:

#1. Leave a comment on this post telling me what you use for your passover pillows. Eg – we use a combination of handmade Passover pillowcases from school projects and character pillowcases.  This form of entry is required.

#2. For an additional entry, like Esther O Design on Facebook, then come back and leave a comment on this post that you have done so.

#3. For yet another additional entry, share this post to Facebook or Pin this post to Pinterest (you can use the buttons at the top of this post to do so). Then leave a comment on this post that you have done so.

Good Luck!

All entry forms will be verified. Comments are typically moderated within less than 24 hours. Duplicate entries will be deleted.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents over the age of 18 only (sorry to all my Canadian and Israeli readers!). The giveaway will be open until 11:59 p.m. CST, Tuesday, March 12, 2013.The winners will be selected and notified on March 13th and will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen. This is a sponsored giveaway, which helps to support Kosher on a Budget. For more information, see my disclosure policy.




  1. I painstakingly needlepointed a seder pillowfor a 6th grade school project. It somehow got misplaced at my parents’ house (probably eaten by the sock monster) so it’s been a regular bed pillow since then!

  2. Couch throw pillows

  3. Liked on fb 🙂

  4. Shared on fb.

  5. Totally would use this as we are making pesach for the first time and are hosting my family!! Hope I win 🙂 happy Passover!

  6. we use our own pillows and school projects too. Would be nice to have something more beautiful!!

  7. I liked Esther O on facebook

  8. we have 2 that my son made in school otherwise we have some pretty white pillowcases I bought and my other kids use couch cushions

  9. We use the pillowcases the kids made in school all thru the years, some Pesach ones we got as gifts, and raid the linen closet!

  10. I “liked” Esther O Designs on Facebook

  11. Pillows hastily retrieved from upstairs. And there are never enough to go around.

  12. I used the “buttons” on this post to share on Facebook

  13. we use regular pillows

  14. i use little pillows my children made in preschool. would love an “adult” version. hope i win.

  15. Abigail says:

    We use homemade pillow cases from my kids school projects, and one year, we took a plain pillow case and we had each of the grandkids put on their handprints for a gift for my father.

  16. A combination of regular and handmade.

  17. A combination of regular and handmade pillowcases.

  18. Just regular pillowcases.

  19. Liked Esther o. On Facebook.

  20. Shulammis says:

    We use whatever pillows are on the beds, with our regular pillowcases from the linen closet. This pillowcase looks like a much better option!

  21. Shulammis says:

    Liked Esther O. on Facebook

  22. We use extra pillows which usually hang out on the couch or throw pillows. I put on simple matching cases (it’s easier when there are just two of us).

  23. Chana Esther Fogel says:

    We use handmade ones from kids’ projects

  24. Chana Esther Fogel says:

    Liked Esther O. on Facebook

  25. Peryl Bedziner says:

    I have one pillowcase I embroidered in elementary school, and a few the kids made in school. The rest we use regular cases.

  26. Peryl Bedziner says:

    I liked Esther O. on facebook.

  27. Whatever’s around

  28. We use regular pillow cases every year.

  29. Last year we made a huge tent in the living room and sat on beanbags and huge pillows like we were in a bedouin tent. Everyone loved it. This year is back to the table and I’d love to use these amazing pillowcases by Esther O.

  30. Liked Esther O Design on Facebook!

  31. Usually we realize as we are about to sit down for the Seder that we forgot pillows so we grab what every is close by – pillows from the couch and regular pillows cases.

  32. liked Ester O on FB

  33. Rebecca says:

    Liked on FB

  34. Kimberly Schotz says:

    We use school project ones

  35. Kimberly Schotz says:

    We use school project ones that the children have made.

  36. Love the look at the Seder

  37. Judi Solomont says:

    My usual pillowcase is whatever I take off the bed. But this year will be different. I ordered a pillow case to take to Israel. I also liked Esther O’s face book page. I don’t have to clue how to use pinterest, but I clicked the button on the top of this page. If I have to do more than that I don’t know what it is. I need a pnterest tutorial. thanks for all your ideas and suggestions.

  38. I use handmade pillowcases from school projects and then try to scrape some semi-decent ones from around the house. We try not to get the stained/bleached/faded ones and will settle with flowers or kiddy-room ones.
    One day I hope to be able to afford nice ones like these. At least for Hubby.

    • I need a facebook and Pininterest tutorial!!
      Anyone know how to do these things and teach me? I feel like I am from the Stone Age. At least I can email and text! I am actually not old enough to feel this way (haven’t reached my 40s yet) but still can’t figure it out!
      Can you do a special article on how to do all these things so we can get the special deals that you often mention?

  39. What I use for Passover Pillows: When we moved to Richmond, Va eons ago, Linda Steigman (yes, that Linda, now Rabbi Linda) made us a throw pillow of yellow gingham cross-stitched with Shalom Y’all in Ivrit. Well, 34 years have taken their toll, but its one of the pillows we use.
    I inherited a bunch of beautiful hand embroidered linen linen towels from DH’s grandmother’s trousseau (She was married in 1906.) Wasn’t going to throw them out, but wasn’t going to use them in the kitchen either…. so I made an afikoimen bag from one that had her monogram on it, and used the others to make pillowcases for Pesach. That brings the older generation to our Passover table.

  40. Addition to the above.

    Liked Esther O on facebook……
    I also set up a Pinterest page. Name – TucsonBarbara and I invited you to it b/c I did not know what else to do..

    I feel better about not understanding Pinterest know that I know an under 40 is baffled by it. (I’m 70 and am clueless.)

  41. Regular pillowcases from the linen closet, whatever is clean and available.

  42. We use purchased pillowcases and some of use don’t use any! Now we have a chance to get 2!

  43. We use purchased pillowcases and some of use don’t use any

  44. A gift for my father!

  45. Liked Esther O on FB! Sorry about the double post before.

  46. I “liked”

  47. I “pinned”

  48. We use sentimental pillow cases made by kids and Nana 🙂

  49. Mitch M. says:

    We usually use ones made by our boys when they were younger.