cathedral window quilt

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    1. sunshine's creations 81 months ago | reply

      that is interesting the way you stitched down the part that is folded back I have never seen it done that way. Not sure I would want to do it this way I like the stitches that hold it down to be discreet but it is a differnt tecnique and it is always good to see new styles of doing old things.

    2. mama's doodles 81 months ago | reply

      that is absolutely amazing. you made it look so easy, I'm {almost} inspired I can do it too....

    3. bearspaw55 65 months ago | reply

      This seaming at the base of the triangles works great! I used it successfully, and ended up seaming all triangle points, in both directions. This makes for good "junctions". Please check out my pillow in progress on this site; my sign-in is bearspaw55. I am now finishing the last patches, and improving the junctions that I made with hand sewing. More photos to come. Hyena, thanks so much for giving us a quality alternative to older techniques!!! Carol

    4. Edi Pano 52 months ago | reply

      wow...beautiful!
      lindo como se diz no Brasil
      edi

    5. applegramma 38 months ago | reply

      THIS IS SO VERY BEAUTIFUL!!! HAND STITCHING IS GREAT!!!!! Helen C...MO

    6. tegraf 34 months ago | reply

      wow...beautiful

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