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Thread: 10 minute block from you-tube

  1. #111
    Super Member chairjogger's Avatar
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    thank you for the tutorial. I love this block ! it is a treasure. because of this I bought both books of hers..

    she has a good way to quilt not just FMQ..

    Nice reminder.. see, you did not know the quilt fairy was working through you ! I needed an answer to a quilt problem !

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    thanks for posting.

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    Super Member Deb watkins's Avatar
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    I am so happy that many of you found this tutorial easy to work with!

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    Super Member Deb watkins's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins
    I am so happy that many of you found this tutorial easy to work with!
    I began with four 4-1/2 squares, one 6-1/2 block and a 3-7/8 focus square for the 'window'
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    Begin sewing the background squares with the center square
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    Sew the other background squares to the center square
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    Sew the center (now folded) block to both sides. I pinned right at the center seam, and both sides at the ends of the folded center block
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    Make sure all the raw edges are aligned when you sew
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    Press the block well. Make sure the seams on the back are flat
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    With a little dab of my Elmer's school glue stick in the center, I then place my 'window' fabric
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    Press the 'window', You can also begin to turn back or fold the edges on the 'window'. This helps when you are ready to sew the edges down.
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    Start stitching the edges down. Take your time!!!
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    And now you are done! Make as many more as you want, keeping the same colors throughout, or keep the background fabric and change the 'frame' and 'window'. Sew them together and you have a beautiful faux cathedral window. For the real deal, check out the tutorial that Eddie did for Cathedral Windows. It is easy to follow as he does pic by pic as well.
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  5. #115
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    Afton, NY
    Wow! That's quick. Thanks.

  6. #116
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    I just watched that tutorial over and over last week. I ordered the book and received it today but it didn't tell you how to do it if you had 2 different colors. Thanks for showing that. Maybe it was that my DS was talking to me and I missed it but thanks again.

  7. #117
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    Maryland and Florida
    It's really helpful. I tried it with you tube a while back and gave up. I'm going to look at You tube again and then practice with your tutorial. Thanks.

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    Only 13 photos?

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