|Mine (insert was an old pillow I had laying around, $3.50)|
Pillow covers are easy to make and solve so many problems in my life. When I am bored of a room, changing the pillows puts my soul to rest.
|Pottery Barn (insert not included, $25)|
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- Measure the pillow you want to cover and add about an inch for seam allowances.
- Cut one square for the front
- Cut two pieces for the back. These pieces will overlap like a pillow sham, so divide the total in half and add a couple of inches (4" or so).
- Finish a long edge on each back piece by turning it under and sewing.
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- Lay the two back pieces, overlapping, to cover the front piece. Right sides together.
- Pin and sew 1/2" seam all the way around.
- Turn right side out and insert pillow.
|Goodbye bold, hello neutral paradise|
|Back, with overlapping panels|
Here is a link to the post I did about the white pillow made from a clearance shirt and extra curtain fabric.