Satin Pillowcases & Sleep Mask

Satin Pillowcases & Sleep Mask


Satin pillowcases, like your other bed linens, come into direct contact with your skin every night, so it's important to wash them regularly — typically about every seven to ten days.

Satin pillowcases may be air dried, draped over a clothesline or clipped to it with clothespins, or dried with a low heat setting in the dryer. Remove just before the cases are completely dry to avoid static.

Colors may look different in different light.   

Handmade items, allow for thread imperfection.