Kitchen Windows Pillow

Lindsay Conner took the traditional Cathedral Windows block and reinvented it for a cute pillow cover. Use 1930s reproduction prints for a cheery version like ours. If you’re looking for a traditional approach with a contemporary touch (all machine sewing), our Sew Easy Lesson guides you through the process of making traditional Cathedral Windows.

About This Quilt

Finished Size: 15″ x 15″
Rating: Intermediate
Designed by: Linsday Conner
Recommended Tools: 16″ square pillow form, Fons & Porter Rotary Cutter, Olfa 12″ Spinning Cutting Mat, and Fons & Porter Basic Cutting Ruler
Kitchen Windows Pillow
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Learn How to Make This Quilt

Our Cathedral Windows technique is a traditional design, adapted for those who would rather use the sewing machine from start to finish.



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3 thoughts on “Kitchen Windows Pillow

  1. I’m not a 100% sure about a step in the cathedral windows technique the magazine said a video is available but when I click on it it says unavailable. I need your help with matter. I used the link first which got me no where so I just went on your site. If you could email a way to view this I wanted to make this for Easter. Thank you in advance. Jo