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Method for converting a pillowcase into a cinch string sack.
- Sharp scissers - Sewing machine - Pillowcase - Small piece of scrap material - String - paperclip or safety pin - piece of tape.
The first step to making a sack from a pillowcase is to determine how the pillowcase is constructed. Some pillowcases will be easy to use and others will ...
If your pillowcase has a complete tube going around the end where the pillow is inserted then you may skip this entire step. A: With a sharp scissors ...
To find where to open the seam; lay the pillowcase flat so the seam that runs the length of the pillowcase is at one edge.Your pillowcase will most ...
Create a hole in the fabric for the cinch string by following my Instructable for a reinforced fabric hole. If you want the hole on the outside of ...
After the hole has been made for the cinch strap, close the seam that you opened in step 4.
Add something stiff to the end of the string that will easily fit through the hole you made. In my example I ran the string (boot lace in ...
Put both ends of the string parallel. Holding them together create a simple knot. You may do this twice to create a larger knot. There are many ways ...
Use it as a laundry bag or for any of your storage needs. I will be using it as part of my camping gear. It will be both ...
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