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If you’re worried about them getting dirty, use old pillowcases or cover them with T-shirts.
The common tradition is a sheet a week for each bed, and a pillowcase a week for each pillow regularly used.
When Sylvia reappeared that noon she carried a pillowcase, which she held before her by its corners with care.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
A neighbor's goat had taken advantage of his absence to chew up a pillowcase and two aprons.
OLE MAMMY'S TORMENTANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Cut the sheets and pillowcase from thin white cotton, allowing enough for hems.
"May my father as surely have a bright paradise," he said, with a show of alacrity, his mind fixed on the loosened pillowcase.
YEKLABRAHAM CAHAN
I sent him during the day a piece of dark blue cotton print for a pillowcase.
Hattie, her mouth relieved of a pillowcase, spoke boldly the question in her mind.
THE HOUSE OF MYSTERYWILLIAM HENRY IRWIN
If the insertion is used for anything but a pillowcase, omit the lower border on which the button-holes are made.
Make the pillowcase a quarter of an inch wider and about an inch and a quarter longer than the pillow.

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