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Thread: Machine Stitched Cathedral Window Tutorial

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    What a beautiful quilt you have made.
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    I have avoided making one of these, but you make it look simple. I think I'll give it a go.

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    Thanks bunches Eddie, great tute - very clear. Much appreciated. Will follow along.

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    Very nice you make it look so easy. that is a great job
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    thank you so much. I love cw have only made the pillows by hand. So this will be used for a quilt or maybe a bed runner. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkEwe View Post
    Beautiful quilt!! After several rows were complete, did the quilt get difficult to manage? How did you support the bulk as you worked? Did you work on a large kitchen table? Thanks.
    PinkEwe, I constructed the windows part of the quilt in "chuncks" then attach them together. I have a sewing machine cabinet with a "drop leaf" behind the machine that holds the weight. I also rig up a "shelf" on my left to hold it too. If I had an ironing board that the height was adjustable, I'd use that. Necessity is the mother of invention!

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    You seem to have made the impossible possible. Photos and directions are super. You've made many people happy!

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    thinking about using silk in the window--can i use cotton for the frame?

    go pig sooie-razorbacks!

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    Thanks for the tutorial

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial, I love all of your quilts - especially anything with Blackbird Designs.
    Gisela - Omaha, NE USA
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