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Thread: Cathedral Window Quilt sewn by hand

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    That is very nice.

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    Thank you so much for your clear tutorials. I find it very clear and like how you stitched the windows. This is on my to do list for sure. For practice maybe I will start with a pillow top.

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    Great tute. I need to start one of these. Would be great for motel stays and tv watching.

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    I am a fairly new quilter and I have only done very very simple quilt patterns - large center block with borders all around to make the size I want and hand quilting. Is the quilt finished after you sew the pieces together or do you put a backing on it? I am seeing pink and greens in those little panes if this isn't a difficult process.

    Thank you
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    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I plan to make one some day so I will bookmark this for reference. The quilt is so beautiful.

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    Lots of hard work.... looks nice.

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    Great tute! You have made it very approachable and doable.

    Thanks for posting!

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    Your tutorial is great! That is just the way I make mine with one exception. I make blocks of 4 instead of rows of 6. Same difference. Then I put the 4's together for a larger block. Then I connect those larger blocks. Mine is the size of a twin bed now and it gets heavy to attach to. I have few times to pick up the large piece by doing it this way.
    I think your photos are wonderful.
    Ladies there is no batting. She showed all steps here. The backing is in the final photo. It is quilted as you go. Amazing how heavy it is. One of the most beautiful quilt patterns ever, to me.

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    Excellent Tute! Thank you so much:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawsan
    Thank u 4 the tutorial, your Musline looks thick. or only in the picture?
    I had an idea Muslin is thin and i am not sure i tuched the right one yet
    your work,colours, lights all is great
    Muslin is thin but it is folded upon itself twice. but not sewn or pressed down, very 3 dimensional.

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