Roundup five old pillowcases that you don't use anymore. Sew them together at the seams, leaving the openings clear so you can later insert pillows. Once they're all sewn together, insert pillows! You can either leave the sides open or better yet — add snap buttons so the pillows stay put, but are easy to remove when you need to wash the pillowcases. Pillows Cases, Sewing, Ideas, Sleep Bags, Beds, For Kids, Sleeping Bags, Movie Night, Diy Pillows
Trimmed Pillowcases Leftovers are the bane of the sewing room, but a little creativity can save odd lengths of fabric from ragbag ignominy. One idea: Use strips of cloth or lace to trim the opening of a cotton pillowcase. A monogrammed handkerchief from a flea market can be folded diagonally and machine-stitched to a pillowcase, creating a wonderful gift for someone with the same initial.