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Thread: Cathedral windows block

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    Super Member buddy'smom's Avatar
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    Well I took a class on cathedral windows yesterday and it was awsome, not perfect but so much fun, take a while to make one, the gal included the muslin with the class but was a very thin muslin, so I got some and redid my block. This quilt shop is awsome, it has more 30's and civil war prints than I've ever seen in one place, and yesterday when I got there she had gotten in 55 new bolts of each, I got a few, but I could have shopped till I droped!!!!

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    I love cathedral windows!! I also love the fabrics you selected!! I really love getting new fabrics! It's like Christmas!!

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    wow, that is a block that I want to learn to make

    Wow, love your fabrics!

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    Thank you, it takes a whilt to make, but well worth it as you put it together as you go and no quilting needed.

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    Beautiful work. I see an heirloom in the making!

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    The teacher at the shop yesterday had her and it was amazing, will take forever, but I'll work on it a little at a time. Great take along project for sure.

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    This block is nice. I did it once and i was happy but it wasn't perfect i remember i used the fabric viscose cotton it was thin and slidy

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    My pratice block wasn't great, but it's gonna be a while but I hope the'll all fall into place as I go, ( or else I'll force them in?? )

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    That's definitely one quilt that I want to make!! I love the look! Your fabrics are scrumptuous!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    That's definitely one quilt that I want to make!! I love the look! Your fabrics are scrumptuous!!
    Thank you, I think I may have enough 30's prints maybe not to have to use the same one twice?? Not sure as yet. Maybe if I go but the new 50 of them that came into the shop.

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