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Two Pillowcase Blouse

Follow this photo tutorial from Stefi Luca to turn two pillowcases into a cute, everyday blouse. You would never guess this blouse came from two pillowcases!

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Two Pillowcase Bloue

Refashion project: How to transform two pillowcases into a blouse

Step 1: unsew the pillowcases

Step 2: sleeves

Step 3: bottom part

Step 4: top part

Step 5: collar

Final step: sew all the parts together

I hope the photos speak for themselves and you'll be able to figure out the steps, in case you think of sewing a blouse out of pillowcases :)

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I like the blouses made from sheets

I really like this looks very nice

I think that's cute. I need some blouses that are simple. I've made housedresses out of sheet tops that I don't have the bottoms to anymore.

I am a total clearance shopper and I am sure that some of the pillowcases many would not choose to decorate their bedroom would make pretty blouses. Obviously for this pattern you would have to have: 1. A pattern you like or the ability to make a pattern from an item you own. 2. A little more advanced sewing ability The thing I like most about this is that it does not look like you used a pillowcase to make it.

I found it very easy to understand.The main color to show which one you were doing in each step makes it very clear.Thank you for sharing

"TUTORIAL - More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task." Wow. This is quite possibly the worst "tutorial" I have ever seen, and this site has some doozies.


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