Step 2: Place pillow on drop cloth fabric and trace around. Then measure out an even number of inches around the pillow to leave room for your hem tape and the pillow form. I chose 2 inches. Why 2? I have no idea. It just seemed like it might work. Lucky for me, it did.
Step 3: Once you’ve created your pattern, go ahead and cut it out and use this piece as your template for your other pillows.
Step 7: Take your iron on and follow directions on package for ironing. (I highly recommend using Scrapblog.com for creating graphics. These graphics were not created on scrapblog and probably violate all sorts of copyright laws. I love the way they turned out, but obviously don’t recommend that you follow my poor, stealing example.) I used Avery iron-ons because someone (320 Sycamore?) said that I should. So I did.
Step 8: Have your husband take a picture of you ironing with all your might on top of your kitchen counter. This step is not optional.
Notice my cute Ikea lanterns a-la-Pottery-Barn style? Love them.
If anyone was wondering, this cute basket was on clearance at Christmas Tree Shop for $2.99. That store is fantastic. I avoided it because of the name, but I shall avoid it no more! So many great things for cheap, cheap, cheap.