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Thread: Machine Stitched Cathedral Window Tutorial

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    Great tute Eddie. I will have to try it some day!

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    Love the tute! I love the CW but was very intimidated by it. I will have to give this a try! Thanks so much!
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    April

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    Excellent, thanks for sharing.

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    Eddie-
    Thanks for a wonderful tutorial. I couldn't help but think when I saw one of the first pictures that you posted (with 5 windows in it) that it would make a beautiful window valance. The loose points make the bottom interesting. The "windows" could be fabric that matches ANY quilt that you might be using in the room.

    Just thought I'd share how I saw it!

    Sue

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    Awww Eddie!!! Another awesome tute :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
    Wonderful pictures and great descriptions!!! Thank you so much!!! 8-) 8-) 8-)
    I am seeing this as another creative way to use my I Spy squares :D:D:D

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    thanks, Eddie, I have started this quilt several times and always laid it aside, because of the time it had taken. This time I believe I can do it. Thanks for taking the time to show all of us an easier way, and confidence that we can do it!! mary, p.s I have admired all the beautiful quilts you have posted.

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    Thanks loved it! Made one by hand 20 yrs ago now I can do one with the machine. Your instructions are very very good.

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    I'll add my thanks to the many already out there. I have been interested in watching your work while I've been a member. You really do have a talent and a knack for quilting. Thanks for the gorgeous pictures to accompany the tutorial. I, like many others, would totally buy this book if you published it. Maybe you could take advance orders and then print it at lulu.com if you want to self-publish? Great job!

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    I have always wondered how to do this with a machine and not have to hand sew it. I have a friend who showed me hers. She is hand stitching it....slow going.

    Thank you very very much for your time and effort. I have bookmarked this.

    I want to start one and work on it a bit at a time.

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    Thank you Eddie for being kind enough to take the time and trouble to help us less talented ( speaking for myself) people. You make it seem so simple , I just might get up the courage to try it one day. Even if I don't it is a joy to watch your tutorial.
    Howard

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