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Thread: Cathedral Windows Update

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    I think I'm about half way. It's taking longer than I had thought. It does get heavy quick. I am going to make another section this size then piece the two together. I think it will make it easier to work with.
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    Beautiful!! Absolutely beautiful!! I have to try one soon :)

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    Oh WOW!! Absolutely Gorgeous.. You are doing a terific job... Thanks for sharing..

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    Oh my gosh! That is AMAZING! I love it!

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    Wow! :shock: You are doing such a nice job! Great idea about piecing the two together! It's going to be stunning!

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    It's gorgeous! The colors look fabulous. You're doing a great job. Looking forward to seeing the finished top.

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    Beautiful!

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    You are doing a fabulous job. I love the bright colors. I took a cathedral window class and working in sections was one of the hints. It makes it easier to get to the windows. I look forward to seeing the finished quilt.

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    Lovely. I like your bright colors!

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    I love the fabrics you used in your quilt :-D

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    A big pat on the back is in order for your Cathedral Windows project.

    It is absolutely gorgeous!

    I would love to learn that one some day as well.

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    Looking good! I love your choice of colors.

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    This is coming along great! And just think, when it's done, it's done, no quilting! :-D

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    Gorgeous.

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    WOW that is beautiful, love your color choices.

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    Your first picture took my breath away and seeing this one, well, let's just say, I'm running for the oxygen tank!!!Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Gorgeous! I am just sitting here staring at it! Kat

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    I absolutely love this! Would you consider doing a tutorial on how to do this pattern?

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    I love it, when I took my first quilting class that was the pattern we made, a pillow. I still have it, as a matter of fact I'm sitting on it right now. I never really considered a whole quilt, you, you have inspired me. Love your colors!!!!

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    that is beautiful, love it

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    I love it!! That's one of my someday quilts.

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    Looks beautiful!!!

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    Okay! this is the second time this week I'm talking about someone's beautiful Catherdral window! it must be a sign! Tha's it no more procrastinating! As soon as I'm done with my log cabin, the cathedral window is next! I am so coveting your quilt.

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    Thank you all!!! Everyone here is so kind...I just love it here! :D

    To those of you wanting to try Cathedral Windows...do it! It's not hard. There are a lot of steps but once you get the hang of it, it becomes a breeze. Trust me, if I can do it...anyone can! :thumbup:

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    How about that tutorial?

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    Hi Sylvia,
    there was a tutorial on Simply Quilts a few years back, you might be able to access it still from the HGTV site.

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