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Thread: progress on cathedral window

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    progress on cathedral window

    This is my progress on my cathedral window quilt thus far. I havent worked on it in about 4 months, I got alittle burnt out on it, and started and finished other projects. I really need to get motivated to finish it.
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    Its beautiful!!!! I have only gotten as far as a pincushion.

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    Very pretty!

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    Beauteous Maximus! I work on it everyday...in my head that is. This is on someday list.
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    Beautiful, you are doing a wonderful job. It will be gorgeous when you finish.
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    I am thinking about making a cathedral windows and putting the Thomas Kinkade Chapel print fabric. How cool is that?! Yours is very pretty. Is it really that hard or time consuming to do? I may rethink this.

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    WOW It truly will be a labor of love. This is on my bucket list. I think I'd like to do one with muslin and sage. Yours is beautiful. I love your fabric choice. Please keep us posted on your progress and thanks for sharing.
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    I love your CW and it inspires me to get started. I have it on my to do list. I will watch a tutees I have and start, I will, I will.
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    Beautiful!

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    It will be a fantastic addition to your home. Sew pretty.
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    It's beautiful. If I remember right, C. Windows are very tough on the hands (the sewing).

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    I am beginning to really like all the CW quilts I have been seeing. I have been working on DWR quilt for months and months - can't seem to get going on it again. Love your quilt.
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    Very pretty!

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    That is goregeous!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    That's amazing!!

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    Thank you all.... I find the most time consuming is the beg. When folding all the squares before starting. I prefer the folded method over the machine one. To me the folded and ironed goes faster then the machine ones.

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    very nice...
    l like your colour combo

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    This is beautiful...you have chosen an intens design. What size square did you start with? Your hand work is lovely.
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