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Thread: close-up of bluejean/Cathedral Windows

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    Senior Member tealady's Avatar
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    I hope you can see this clearly
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    Love it!!

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    Instructions please. I do like this one.

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    It looks great..

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    Very nice. I have not seen a bluejean cathedral window before and I really like it. You have done a wonderful job here. Thank you for sharing.

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    Great I love sewing with blue jeans. What method did you use for the windows?

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    i am working on one like this but i used brown jean material. would love to see what your back looked like.

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    Here is the link to the instructions I followed (roughly) http://www.how-to-quilt.com/articles...eans-quilt.php)

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    that looks like a lot of hard work. very nice.

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    Thanks for the close-up...
    I see what you mean about the different colors in it now...
    I like it even better now :-) :-) :-)
    did you do a small zig-zag around 1/2 moons??

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    Now I know. My daughter has a bunch of jeans she wants to get rid of, now I know that I want to make a quilt like yours. Sure is great. Is this a OWB??

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    How neat! That's great. Love the fabrics you chose for the windows. I have a similar pattern marked in a magazine to make some day...this one was done in flannel. Great job!

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    Love it! Inspired!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tealady
    Here is the link to the instructions I followed (roughly) http://www.how-to-quilt.com/articles...eans-quilt.php)
    They pulled the plug on your site :cry: :cry: :cry:

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    Quote Originally Posted by COYOTEMAGIC
    Thank you!!!

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    Nice

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    Hey that is really impressive. I like to look at things with a different eye. I wouldn't have thought of denim for this. but I like what you did. It is really neat. I can see it in many different places.

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    Beautiful!!! It's great with blue jeans. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tealady
    Here is the link to the instructions I followed (roughly) http://www.how-to-quilt.com/articles...eans-quilt.php)
    No longer there I was told.

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    This quilt is a beauty and a good sewing job. A lot of work.

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    I love the look of a blue jeans quilt, but isn't it a bit rough for a quilt? I've seen several on this board, but honestly, I can't imagine it being soft for a long time. Of course, with boys, I guess I should get over it and start collecting their old jeans.

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    Good job. Thanks for the close up pics.

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    I am bookmarking this....my sister wants to see one of these...it's beautiful!!!

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