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Thread: Cathedral Window rolled type binding

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    Great tute and can't wait to try it.

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    That is amazing!! Thank you very much for sharing your binding with us.

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    I really love this!! & I started (some time ago!) to do a cathedral quilt! so on that one or any other I MUST try this! THanks for showing & explaining!

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    Thank you so much. I have seen this done before, but I just didnt get it. You made it so easy to understand, even for a real thick head like me. LOL
    I cant wait to try this.
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    Thanks for the easy-to-understand instructions. And that binding technique really added to the beauty of your quilt.
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    First time I have seen that type of binding. Awesome. Thanks for the tute!

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    Great tute. Thanks for Sharing!!!!

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    Absolutely love it. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    I have never seen this technique before - really like it! Thanks for posting.

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    Gorgeous! I can't wait to try it! Thanks

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    What a terrific binding, thanks so much for the tutorial on how to do it.

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    What a beautiful binding idea. I also like the quilt design as am looking to use the colors of Oklahoma spring (redbud trees, brandford Pear ivory, willow green leaves, the extra deep dark green of evergreens coming out of winter and the clear blue of the spring sky) so maybe could use this strip idea to get all the colors in. Thanks for the tute. It was very clear.

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    Thank you so much for going to all the trouble of doing this tute. It's fabulous!!! Love the look of this method of binding and will certainly keep it in mind for a future quilt.

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial on your cathedral edge. I can't wait to try it. YIPEEEEE!
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    GREAT TUTE ! NOW! how do I "bookmark" it in this new system. I may be the ONLY one who hasn't figured it out yet! Thanks!

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    Thanks, its a great effect
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    Great technique and very clearly shown. You did a wonderful job. I have a 10-minute block UFO and this binding would be perfect for it. Thanks so much for sharing
    Arlene

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    This is beautiful. I've never seen this type of binding.
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    Very cool effect, I haven't seen this on a binding before. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for the great tutorial. I love this unique binding.

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    tutorial converted into PDF

    I've had a request to have this tute converted into a PDF and here it is.... I hope....
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    Great tutorial and it makes a beautiful finished edge! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks so much for doing the PDF....anxious to give this a try!

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    Thank you! Will definitely try this out, hopefully before too long.

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    I love this! When i first saw this on another thread, the first thing that I thought was all that hand sewing! Ugh! Thank you for using your machine. I'm going to try this on a smaller project first. Great job!
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