Tutorial: How to Sew a Sweet and Simple Pillowcase Skirt

pillowcase skirtYou’re all finished! Wasn’t that a happy fifteen minutes?

Feel free to modify this simple pillowcase skirt pattern any way that you’d like. You can make a drawstring enclosure instead of an elastic waistband, you can add ruffles, you can stencil or paint on your skirt, you can use a matching flat sheet to make a longer and fuller adult skirt.

Whatever you choose, don’t forget to link back to this post and show us what you’ve created! Or drop a photo in the Crafting a Green World Flickr pool!

3 thoughts on “Tutorial: How to Sew a Sweet and Simple Pillowcase Skirt”

  1. That’s so sweet! I love the idea of one in my size for the spring. I still have a bunch of vintage cases from my grandmother too! Thanks so much for this, I’ll be linking.

  2. I can totally see this look as one that would look really great on a lot of adults, too–not me, but a lot of other adults. I warn you, though–those vintage linen pillowcases are a little on the thin side, know what I mean? Slips and linings are our friends!

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