I'll give this method a try... looks easy enough.. so thanks for sharing! :)
What an amazing technique! Thanks for sharing!
that is great. I am going to have try this one!!
Somehow you make me think I can do this. I must give it a try after I finish the project I'm working on.
I've always wanted to make a cathedral window quilt. It seems a bit crazy to use 40 inches of fabric to make one 9 inch block, but it is one of the coolest blocks you can possibly make, so it's worth it!Thanks for the tutorial - this looks super easy!Leah
This...is...amazing!!! Thank you for generously sharing your talent! Just hope I am skilled enough to achieve the perfect finish!
i like this way better than the original way of folding and folding. this is a better way to do a whole quilt top!
I like it. Lots of possibilities.
You make it sound do-able, almost easy.... hmm, maybe I'll give it a try! Thanks!
What an inspiration you developed! Thanks for the great pics and your tutorial. Never thought a cathedral window could look so easy.Thanks!
Wow, that is fabulous! Is there a lot of bulk at that middle seam where the four points come together?
Wonderful tutorial thankyou...love the block...
Thanks everyone! Kelley, there is a lot of bulk there but it lays flat enough. The machine groaned a little sewing over that middle bit. I wouldn't quilt over it!
love it may give a try!
very creative and impressive!
great job!! Glad i found your site! I can't wait to try this. I have a cathedral quilt that my granny made 30+ yr ago. Hers is hand stitched. this looks much easier :)
Muchas gracias, siguiendo este estupendo tutorial he realizado mi primer bloque de falsa catedral.Feliz 2.012.Mavi.
Just found this tutorial again... I love it. Thanks!
Thank you for sharing this brilliant technique! Now I know that the Cathedral Window on my "want to make" list will move to the "Done" list.So excited!
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