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Monday, August 15, 2011

Wee baby Cathedral Windows quilt

I have had this little baby, hand-pieced, Cathedral Windows quilt in the "works" for some time...started...then set aside...then worked on...stored away...and pulled out and worked on...etc...

I know that it is just a little baby quilt...and I should have completed this ages ago!

*I debated sewing down the edge so that it would be a straight edge, but decided on keeping it as it is, cuz I really liked the zig zag edges or corner points*
  
*It is two panels of the scrappy fabric squares sewn on a muslin background. Each panel is about 23 inches wide by 46 inches long...so overall, it is 46 inches by 46 inches.*

But yay! I have it finally completed and it's ready for a future grandbaby...

For the complete story and a few more photos, please take a peek at my post: Quilt...completed...

If you would like, you can read more about this quilt here: "Q is for Quilt"  
or on this post, I've shared some other quilts, here: Quintessential Quilts and Quilting Quandry

(And if you do get a chance to visit, please leave a comment on those posts, so that I know you stopped by.)

I appreciate all of you and am inspired by all the lovely quilts & projects completed and shown here.
*Blessings & Aloha!*


9 comments:

My Sweet Prairie said...

That is absolutely gorgeous! Wow wow.
~Monika in Canada

Marydon said...

I love the colors & scallops. Beautiufl.

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Chris H said...

Your baby quilt is gorgeous. The first quilt I ever made was a Cathedral Windows Quilt... but I put sashings between the blocks... it looks stunning too.

Leeanne said...

Very, very pretty!

Sharon said...

Sew pretty!!!

Amish Stories said...

Thought id say hello and greetings from Lebanon,Pa Amish community. Richard from Amish Stories.

debbie @ happy little cottage said...

This is beautiful! It really does look like stained glass with so many wonderful colors.

lauren carney said...

you are the quilting queen! this is epic! x

Wendy B said...

I'm working on a cathedral windows quilt at the moment and know how much work is involved so I can definitely understand how long it's taken you......no pressure as it's such a beauty!
sew many hugs
Wendy :O) XO