If not, here is what we did!
Second: Figure out which pillow you want to cover
and measure it. Mine was 18 inches.
Third: Cut your fabric 1 inch longer than your pillow.
So for me it was 19 inches.
My fabric is the standard 42" wide.
Then I hemmed both 19" sides.
Fourth: I layed out the piece and measured the entire thing.
It was 41.5 inches.
I subtracted 18" (for my pillow) and came up with 23.5"
then I divided that in half and came up with 11.75"
I measured 11.75" from both ends and marked it.
Fifth: I folded them at the mark and pressed them
so I could see the crease.
Set that part aside.
Sixth: Cut your second fabric into 3 -3" pieces.
Since my pillow is 18" I doubled it and made it 36" long.
Then I pressed and hemmed each side and
made a baste stitch down the center.
With the baste stitch I was able to gather the fabric.
Seventh: I pinned one side to the edge of the crease
and worked my way down pinning as I went to the second crease.
and repeated - twice!
Ninth: Then I overlapped the fabric, folding at the crease
and stitched the top and bottom closed.