Several months ago Kathryn bought a town house on Davis Island in Tampa. Since then Darin and her have been busy fixing it up. Kathryn’s on a budget and pretty frugal so a lot of her purchases are at garage sales and flea markets and even a few dumpster dives. Darin rescued an Ikea coffee table that was missing a leg and had numerous dents and dings. Terry replaced all the legs, I filled in the dents, painted it and then made a cushion. Now they have a bench in their bedroom. I had some of that fabric left and I’m trying to use up the old stuff before I buy anything new. Time for the bench to get a matching pillow!
Envelope-style pillows are incredibly easy. Especially if you don’t use piping. I typically do but I wanted to give this to Kathryn ASAP. If you can sew a straight seam, you can make a pillow cover!
It turned out very nice, even sans piping.
I’ve posted the instructions for the “envelope-style” pillow before, but just in case you don’t have it bookmarked, here’s a PDF: