When you sew most things you need pins and somewhere to store them where they’re easy to get to. Of course you could buy one at your local store, but it’s much more rewarding to sew your own and its easy! This tutorial shows you how to make a cathedral window pincushion from charm pack fabric which looks like you combined needlework with origami.
Learning how to make a cathedral window pincushion is great practice for beginners with a little bit of sewing experience. You are taken step-by-step through the process with each stage illustrated with clear photographs. Some of the sewing work will require care as you fold and pin the fabric into position but the attention you give this project will be worth the result.
Handy hint: The centre front of the cathedral window pincushion might look a bit rough when you are sewing it, but don’t worry as this is where you use an ornate button to hide any problems… who said decoration was just there for artistic effect!
– One 10.5 inch square fabric
– Nine 5 in squares of fabric or charms
– One button
– Craft/button thread
– Stuffable batting
How to Make A Cathedral Window Pincushion Tutorial:
If you’ve enjoyed making a Cathedral Window Pincushion, try making a Cathedral Window Rag Quilt!
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