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Thread: Machine Stitched Cathedral Window Tutorial

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    Great tutorial, Eddie! Thank you!

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Now I can finish the one I started in the 1960's but I will be doing it buy hand stitching. Thanks again.

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    Eddie, I don't know if I want to thank you or hit you over the head!!!! LOL. I have too many WIPs and now I see this........... Arggggggg....

    It's just so darned beautiful I just have to give it a go.

    So I guess it's thanks going out and not a hit on the head.

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    Eddie, I have four CW squares I started about 3 yrs ago for my DGD for a small wall hanging. I didn't finish it because I was going to hand sew the curved pieces down, but now I can do it on the machine & she'll be surprised it's finished. I have jute rope that I think I'll plait for the hanger. She may want to use it on her doorknob to her room.

    Please keep making those tutorials for us.

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    I just borrowed a book from my local quilting group. I have studied all night and it made no sense whatsoever. Today I came upon your Tutorial and everything clicked :idea: What a fantastic tute, hats off to you for making this easy and so do able. Guess what my next project is going to be. Thats after Dear Jane and my Japanese Fans, but the Fan quilt is almost there now. Will also give my friend this link because she couldn´t understand the book either.
    Thanks
    Elle

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    Thanks Eddie this is better than a quilt class! its on my to do list the very long list.

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    Hi Eddie we are neighors I am in Hot Springs....and keep up the great work..

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    Hi, Dave, glad you found the QB! Lots of great inspiration here!

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    Thank you so much Eddie. I made a pillow several years ago and could not remember how I did it. Your instructions are great and will be very easy to follow. I will get started on a small quilt very soon.

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    Eddie - you are AMAZING!! All of us quilters out here want you to have your own quilt show!..Maybe starting as a guest on quiltingartstv?? All of us would watch and would beam with pride and joy! Oh! did you mention something about your dgs???? Now - that CAN'T mean darling grandson, you are too young!!

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