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Thread: cathedral window - 50 years later!

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    That is beautiful!! I like the family photos also.

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    I remember a friend of mine from the early 70's who was making a CW quilt. I saw all the time it took to make and I said no way and returned to my crocheting. Now I am the quilter and she is a painter and archeologist. I wonder what has happened to her CW quilt? Your posting reminded me of my long lost friend. I think a should do a google search for her and ask.

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    Is that 'bow' a quilt hanger? Where did you find it? I love this idea of displaying a quilt to look like a gown.

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    So incredibly gorgeous. Your gramma would be so happy that it has been displayed with such honor.

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    Wonderful quilt and a most unique way to display it.
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    WOW - Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing, what a treasure
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    Oh My, what an absolute treasure !!! Gorgeous quilt.
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    Stunning! What a family treasure.

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    beautiful heirloom!

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    OMG, absolutely gorgeous!

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    What a beauty, and so nice that it was made by your grandmother.

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    It's beautiful and the way you mounted it, it looks almost like a wedding dress!

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    It's beautiful! Wonderful place to keep and admire forever

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    Thank you for sharing the quilt and your memories. Both are very nice.

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    That is lovely, so beautiful!! I have one in the making that my aunt started 30+ years ago and I hope to finish it someday.

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    Sew very beautiful! Love that quilt hanger!
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    It is truly a work of art. And so nicely displayed.
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    What a beautiful quilt-love the way you have displayed it.
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    Gorgeous! You are so lucky to have it.
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    A treasured quilt, I'm sure!

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    I love the way you have displayed this quilt. It's a treasure to share. Stunning.
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    This is beautiful. How wonderful you saw your grandma working on it and now have it. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    what a creative way to display it and how appropriate that it is with the family portraits. this is one of my bucket list quilts. hmm, perhaps i'll start one this summer. that would be a good traveling work project.

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    What a great display!! Lovely quilt.

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    This is stunning, and a wonderful way to display. Thank you for showing it.
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