1. Fold one piece of white batiste into quarters and finger press.
2. Fold the same piece of batiste in half on the diagonal and finger press.
3. Cut the insertion lace into 4 equal pieces.
4. Lay the lace 3 inches from one corner of the batiste piece.
5. Follow parallel to the edge until you reach the diagonal folded line.
6. Place a pin on each side of the lace on the diagonal line.
7. Fold the lace back over itself keeping it parallel.
8. Remove the outside pin closest to the corner and re-pin both layers of lace.
9. Fold the lace towards the other edge of the fabric creating a miter.
10. Using a small zigzag stitch (L=1.5, W=2.0), zigzag around both sides of the lace.
11. Repeat steps 4 through 10 for each corner.
12. Change to a 100 top stitching needle.
13. Place the stabilizer under the fabric.
14. Use an entredeux or pin stitch (L=3.0,W=2.5) around both sides of each piece of lace.
15. Remove the stabilizer.
16. Lay the batting behind this piece.
17. Using a large reinforcement stitch, (L-4.0), stitch along the four fold lines created in step 1.
18. Lay the other piece of batiste right sides together onto the front piece with the lace.
19. Using a ½ inch seam allowance, sew around all four sides with a straight stitch leaving a 3-4 inch opening on one side.