pillowcase in, cutesy babydoll out
I had to stop using my pink sheets when I got married :(
Now I can wear 'em instead :)! The lace trim I had around...it was meant for prettying up the hem of my wedding dress.
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1. Undo the 2 seams of each pillowcase (bottom and side), and open them so that they are rectangles.
2. Lay the pillowcases on top of each other. The folded over seamed edge (opening when you put a pillow in) is now the "top" of the nightgown.
6. Hem. I did 1/4" pressed in, then 1/2" hem, for 3/4" total.