Cathedral Window Pillows Are All Done by Machine

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Get Creative with Color Placement to Make Pillows for Any Decor or Season!

This beautiful Cathedral Window pillow will be gorgeous made up of fabrics that go with your holiday decor. Of course, it will be beautiful in other colors as well.

Traditionally, Cathedral Window blocks are stitched by hand, making them a fairly lengthy process. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to do all the stitching by machine. Plus, making enough blocks for a pillow is much less time-consuming than making a quilt. This is the perfect project for trying your hand at these beautiful blocks.

Holiday Cathedral Window PillowPillow by April Rosenthal. See more here.

The blocks offer many opportunities for playing with color. Dig into your stash and have fun deciding on which colors and where to place them.Cathedral Window Pillow Tutorial

The tutorial, by Angela Nash, is clearly illustrated and shows how to get perfect blocks every time using your sewing machine. The finished pillows are 20″ square.

Click here for the free “Charming Windows Pillows” tutorial.



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