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Thread: cathaderal window quilt

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    Senior Member pdcakm's Avatar
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    beautiful. so glad to see this pattern coming back into popularity. nice work.

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    Very pretty, I haven't worked on mine in so long, maybe someday soon.

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    Great job. We did a king size that only took 20 years! Know you will be much faster! They do get heavy though.

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    some of us are just crazy I guess, Cathedral window was how I started too. It is still not done, lots of projects in-between but get it out when I feel like hand sewing. Yours is beautiful. Lots of memories in mine as every time I use cotton fabric for another project I cut a window for the quilt. Some day it will be on the bed. Kind of glad I'm not the only one taking so long to complete it.

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    that was my first quilt too. King size, all hand sewn.....every inch of it. It took me three years to finish it. That is why it has taken me 26 years to start thinking of making quilts again. LOL

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    Great job. Love this pattern it's great to work on when traveling or just watching tv.

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    That is going to be beautiful with all the pretty colors in the "windows"! Looking good!! :D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great job!!

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    Sew sweet! Great job!

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    Wow

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    Beautiful!

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    Excelent work.

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    Great job! Lots of work, I know I have one in progress. I work on mine 3 months of the year and then put it away for awhile. I am hand stitching mine. Is that what you are doing/
    Will be beautiful. Stick with it and soon it will be ready to display.

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    Beautiful

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    WOW...that is quite an undertaking for a first quilt. Beautiful.

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    WONDERFUL! I started one years ago and put it away. I have to get it out again now that you have inspired me. Mine is big enough to make an elongated pillow for the couch. Think I will do that and then start another one.

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    thank you all. most of it is hand stitched. i thought about making it a wall hanging but it's too heavy for that. have run out of material need to get to hobby lobby for more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsapquilter
    I think for a first quilt you are doing a fantastic job. It is going to be beautiful. Please show it when you have it finished!!!
    ditto :thumbup:

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    Very very nice; I started one but seem to have let it go. This will get me back into it. Thanks.

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    You are very brave to tackle that as your first quilt!

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    That is so pretty.

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    I agree in that this is a very ambitious pattern to start out with! Looking good. Kudo's to you for trying this. I am too intimidated by it to try. Can't wait to see it completed. Are you logging the hrs you spend on it?

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    Lots of work there it will be magnificent when finished.

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    very nice, lots of work

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    It will be beautiful, I think the off white curvy things around the colored parts need be sewn done. Just the way I have seen them done. Eddie from this board has a tutorial in that section on this topic.

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