Follow the instructions in this cathedral window cushion tutorial and make the ombre effect easy and fun!.
Units for the cathedral window cushion
In this technique, you work with three pieces of fabric to make a unit. The base and two folded pieces.
This folded pieces are placed over the base to make the unit.
Each unit builds the window frame.
Check the https://thewindowway.com/cathedral-window-tutorial-fold-and-sew-squares-block/ for a step by step tutorial to make the units. And I prepared a PDF where you can find the templates for the units and the windows to free download them.
1 yard of dark green fabric (42” width)
1 fat quarter of green fabric
1 fat quarter of light green fabric
4″ square of pale fabric
1 fat quarter of very dark green fabric
A piece of 19×19 inches of muslin.
Preferred stuffing material
Size: 18″ x 18″
These are the units you need to make the cushion. The next scheme will help you place every unit in its correct place.
To make the block
Remember that each unit has a base and two folded pieces placed over this base. The schemes show the color and the place of each unit.
Cut a piece of muslin to backing the cushion front. Prepare the windows with the templates and place them over the base. Secure the three layers of fabric with pins and start applying the windows. Check the “Applying the windows” section for a step by step explanation.
Finishing the cathedral window cushion
Cut two pieces of green cotton for the back of the cushion, like in the scheme. Fold and sew the border that will be the opening. Place them over the front part, right sides together. Sew all around. Turn right side out and fill with your preferred stuffing material. You could add some buttons.
This beautiful design is perfect for the center of this cushion.
I designed combining the greens and pale colors.
Follow the link if you like it and you want to use it in your projects! https://www.spoonflower.com/en/fabric/10877393-pale-pink-damask-linen-by-the_window_way
I hope you’ve found this cathedral window cushion tutorial useful and fun to try it out. I hope to see you creations!
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