Here's what you need:
Pillow cover, pen, fabric (I chose one that was shiny on the front and dull on the back so I could get 2 tones), a spool of thread & needle, sissors, and a quarter [oh, and a good movie- you'll see why].
Here's what you do:Trace quarter onto the fabric for a circle pattern, then fold the fabric back and forth like a fan, this allows you to get several circles from one cut.
Next, cut out your circle(s) (I got about five circles @ a time). Repeat this many, many times [thus the good movie... ].
Next, do the same thing using your spool of thread [I wanted 2 different sizes of circles]. Now you have a pile of circles.
Arrange them on your pillow cover to get an idea of how/where you want them [and to make sure you have enough].
Get your thread and start sewing them into place. I just tacked each circle down once or twice because I wanted them to be loose and flow-ey [and I don't like sewing all that much!]. I went from circle to circle until my thread ran out [then I'd knot it and start a new one] to save time- which means the back of my pillow looks like a spider's web [but no one will see that... unless you take a photo of it and post it on your blog].
I just linked-up this project!