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Thread: Cathedral Rose Window

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    Cathedral Rose Window

    When this popped up on my screen, I did not immediately realize that it is a quilt and not the Rose window of the Notre Dame de Paris.
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    Wow, wow, that is amazing.
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    Love quilting also.

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    Wow!!! I would have thought the same as you. Totally amazing!!
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    Lovely replica! So sad that the rose window is gone now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Lovely replica! So sad that the rose window is gone now.
    Was it destroyed in the fire too? That is tragic!
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    As of today, it looks like the windows have survived!

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    That is a quilt? Boy someone has some talent; it's gorgeous.

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    Yes, from what I have heard, the window survived. I hope so, as it is beautiful. So sad when I watched it on TV.

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