Here are the steps I did to make some.
Cut 27 inches WOF piece of fabric
Cut 9 inches WOF piece of fabric
Place 9 inch piece of fabric right side up
Place 27 inch piece of fabric right side up on top of the 9 inch piece. Pin edges together.
Roll up from the bottom and place in center of 9 inch piece
Fold over 9 inch fabric piece and pin all three edges together.
Sew along edge
Pull large piece of fabric out of the tube
All seams will be contained in the band of the pillow case
Press band to lay flat
Trim edge before sewing it together
Sew wrong sides together then trun it right sides together and sew to make a French Seam
I pinned the pillow case tubes and had them ready to sew.
Here are the completed ones. I made 11 today for a total of 21 so far.
Did you notice my new ironing board?
My DH and I bought a nice 24" by 48" plastic table with fold out legs. He glued a 1/4 inch piece of wood to the top of it. I added some padding and a nice reflective ironing board cover that was peel and stick. It is so nice to have such a big surface to work on. He also made a small one to put my iron on. My pop up iron was leaving an indention in the top of the ironing board so we made a little pad to put it on. Works great. If I need the ironing board to be taller I use some 4 inch risers. Otherwise it sits at the right height next to my sewing machine.