We've already reached the turning point. We have to understand that this consumerist culture has terrible consequences. Let's dig into the secret potentiality of pillowcases.
I think we all know by now that the landfills have reached a tipping point and that it's high time we started upcycling.
What you might not have known, is that old cotton pillowcases could turn into many things that you can still use. Here are some ideas!
Dog beds go through quite easily, so using old pillowcases to cover their beds is a good idea to upcycle.
A laundry or tote bag
Pillowcases are great to create bags, you can use it to store sheet sets, for shopping, or as a laundry bag. Just craft some handles and you have it.
As your pillowcase is basically a rectangular piece of fabric it can be transformed into an apron with just a ribbon.
Rags or duster
The fabric is perfect for great dusting rags that won't shed any fluffs. You can also use it for packing material, it's soft and it can be used all over again.