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Thread: Progression on my cathedral window

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    Love your colour choice. It is a lovely piece of work and so well done!

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    Love your fabrics. Beautiful quilt.

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    that is super awesome!! this quilt is on my to do list but it's way, waaaaaay down cause i don't yet have the skill required to do it. good job!

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    Thank you to everyone who has looked at it and to those in the future and I appreciate all of your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluekrissyspikes
    that is super awesome!! this quilt is on my to do list but it's way, waaaaaay down cause i don't yet have the skill required to do it. good job!
    I am a beginner. I started and I did not even know how to cut the fabric with a rotary cutter. I took a class in June at the same time I was taking beginning quilting. Everyone told me that a beginner should not be taking it. I did not see what the problem was. It is very easy. Look up this tute.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-35742-1.htm

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    very pretty, love the pinks

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    Absolutely gorgeous, I always wanted to make one and someday I might. I wuld use the Tute Eddie did on this board, doing by machine would be faster than by hand.

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    stunning

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnare
    Quote Originally Posted by SandraG
    Are you doing by hand or machine? If by machine, did you use the tutorial from this site or a book? Your colors are beautiful.
    The backing is by machine. The curved parts and the windows are by hand. So, it takes a long time, but it is prettier this way.
    That is the way I did mine too. Faster that way...lol

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    Wow, something I haven't tried yet, great job!

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    I love it !

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    totally gorgeous

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    very pretty!

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    I have tried the catheral windows, and it's great fun. A lady I know entered a quilt made from them to the Scottish Quilting Championships and won 2nd prize. They are lovely heavy quilts. Yours looks like it will be a winner too. Love the pink and white. Can't wait to see it finished. :thumbup:

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    This is just awesome and I love the colors.

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    I love it!!

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    Oh my it is beautiful.

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    Wow! Gorgeous!

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    WOW that is awesome.

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    I love this pattern but have never been brave enuf to try it. Yours is a beauty!

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    Beautiful done with the pink. I love it.

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    I this before I love it.

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    Just stunning. I have 2 twin size cathedral quilts my grandmother gave me and that is about as close I am going to get to getting any more. Don't have the patience for them

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    Beautiful! I really should do one of these, since I love every one I see!

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    You are great--it took me almost 30 years to finish mine! Neicy

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