Cathedral Window Pillow

The Cathedral Window Pillow is one of those projects that looks incredibly advanced and somewhat unattainable for a beginner. The big secret? It’s not!! Designer Kim Niedzwiecki offers a simple, easy-to-follow tutorial for how to make one of these beauties in an afternoon. You can use a variety of coordinating fabrics as she did, or make one with a single pattern depending on your desired end result. This is Kim’s first pattern for us and we’re so excited! Looking forward to all that comes next;).

Tip: try scaling down the proportions to make the most fabulous little pin cushion you’ll ever have!

 

 

Cathedral Window Pillow

Materials Needed
1-1/4 yards of Solid Fabric, cut to a 42″ Square (example uses Robert Kauffman Kona Solids in White)
Four 18″ squares of printed fabrics (example uses selections from Joel Dewberry’s Heirloom Collection)
Four 10″ squares of printed fabrics (example uses selections from Joel Dewberry’s Heirloom Collection)
1/2 yard fabric for Pillow Back, cut to one 18″ square
2 yards or 1 pkg of Pellon® 805 Wonder-Under®
2 yards or 1 pkg of Pellon® 808 Craft-Fuse™
One 16″ x 16″ Pellon® Pillow Form
One 12″ zipper (optional)
Fabric Button
Thread (example uses Aurifil 50wt thread-2024)
Poster Board (optional, but very handy!)

Tools Needed
Sewing Machine and related supplies
Rotary cutter and related supplies

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To download a free pdf copy of the full instructions, please visit our website. And if you make your own, make sure to post a photo on our Facebook page! Happy Wednesday Evening!!

**All images were pulled from the Pellon Projects™ tutorial and are courtesy of Kim Niedzwiecki.

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