Only once did he stray far enough to buy his mother a pillowcase with “Winnipeg” on it.
When Sylvia reappeared that noon she carried a pillowcase, which she held before her by its corners with care.
"If I had known this, we might have brought along a pillowcase for the nuts," said Fred.
The common tradition is a sheet a week for each bed, and a pillowcase a week for each pillow regularly used.
The pillowcase flapped aloud, ever more sternly, warningly, portentously.
Hattie, her mouth relieved of a pillowcase, spoke boldly the question in her mind.
The bricks were concealed beneath her bed, and the loose rubbish put into the pillowcase.
Out of a pillowcase folded hard he made a gag and tied it into the mouth of the man.
Make the pillowcase a quarter of an inch wider and about an inch and a quarter longer than the pillow.
A neighbor's goat had taken advantage of his absence to chew up a pillowcase and two aprons.