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Cathedral Window Pillow


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Make a Cathedral Window Pillow with this PDF sewing pattern from A Spoonful of Sugar. The classic cathedral window patchwork design has been given a modern make over in this cushion project. Floral and geometric prints have been partnered with some white quilter's muslin to create a contemporary cushion with a flange edging. The Cathedral Window Pillow measures 21 inches square (53 cm) You will receive an 8 page epattern in PDF format with tutorial-style instructions and full color photographs. PDF format allows you to print and reprint the instructions whenever you need. PDF allows you to zoom in on photos to see each step up close. This pattern is suitable for intermediate sewers/quilters. The pillow is made with a sewing machine and also includes some hand sewing. (c)2012 Lisa Cox. Please do not sell or distribute this pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY use a sewing machine to sew an accurate 1/4 inch seam hand sewing accurate cutting using a rotary cutter SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 21 inch square

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 1/8 yard of white quilters homespun (cathedral window fountains)
  • 24, 2 1/2 inch squares in assorted pink, berry, and green prints (cathedral windows)
  • 3/4 yard of pink honeycomb print fabric (pillow front and back)

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A Spoonful of Sugar Designs
A Spoonful of Sugar Designs
We are Lisa and Sarah, a mother and daughter team from Perth, Australia, and we love to share our latest creative projects, original tutorials, and delicious recipes on our blog, A Spoonful of Sugar. We cover a variety of crafts -including sewing, quilting, stitchery, paper crafts, crochet, knitting and more. We have had a number of our original sewing patterns published in sewing and quilting books and magazines. You can usually find us in our craft room or kitchen, working on our latest creative project.