While I was browsing around the store, I happened to obsess even more about the Pinecone Print Lumbar Pillow. (retail for the cover? $39. With free shipping.)
And then, I happened to notice a wonderful holiday table display, which included Pinecone Print Napkins.
So, here's how you make your own PB Pinecone Print Pillow cover:
Buy a napkin for $8.
To add more guts to the weight of it, I applied some of Pam's Pro-Weft Fusible Interfacing to the back of the napkin.
Buy(or find in your stash) a similar color fabric for your pillow back. ( I found mine in a remnant bin for $1.50)
Create a standard envelope back for your pillow and sew the front to the back pieces. I used a 1/4 inch seam.
Turn right sides out, press and topstitch around the pillow over the original napkin hem.
Insert a pillow form.
How easy was that? I made it right at home among all of my knit pillow covers made from thrift store sweaters....another Pottery Barn influence.
Here's what else I did:
So, that about finishes up my fall pillow makeovers.