The pillow-pocket Place squares right sides together. Put batting on top. Sew on all edges, leaving a 6" opening. Turn. Sew opening closed. Pinbaste. Topstitch along edges. Quilt or tie.
Now the tricky part. Find the center of a short side of the top. Mark with pin. Find the bottom center of the pillow's front. Match it to the pin. Pin in place.
Sew the pocket to the quilt. Again, a walking foot is really helpful tho not essential.
Your quillow is done. The hard part is folding it: Turn the quillow over, so that the pocket is on the bottom. Fold lengthwise into thirds, overlapping if necessary. Now, turn the pocket portion inside out. It will look like a folded quilt is spilling out of the pocket. Fold the spilled-out part into thirds, toward the pocket. Now, with the pocket at your feet, grab the furthest-most portion of the spill-out, and push it into the pocket. Now it looks like a pillow.
Serge the edges of your pocket.
Sew the pocket to your backing fabric.
Layer in the following order:
top fabric and backing fabric rights side together
Very carefully serge all together leaving any opening for tunring.
Blind stitch opening.