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Cathedral Window Quilt Tutorial

Cathedral Window Quilt

Ever tried the Origami-style of folding fabric?

Here’s a great tutorial on making the Cathedral Window Quilt. The instructions with photos are very well done, and the finished quilt is simply gorgeous using the jewel-toned fabrics.

Posted: May 22nd, 2008

Topics: Free Projects, Tips and Tricks

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5 Responses to “Cathedral Window Quilt Tutorial”

  1. I’ve often seen these, but have never come across a good tutorial before. THANKS for sharing the link!!!

  2. Thanks for the link love! I’m so pleased to see my link on such a good website with so many other great posts and tutes!

    I’m off to have a look around!

    Leah xxx

  3. Toni Dunning says:

    Wow, this is pretty awesome. We found a box with half finished blocks and now we have a way to finish them! Awesome!

  4. Gisele says:

    What I need to know is how many metres of fabric does one need to do this? I do not want to start with a bunch of white and then run out and then use another white and it’s not the same. I believe the white part is the most important. How many squares did you make? I will then be able to figure out how many metres of fabric need.

  5. Dianna says:

    I love this and am so excited to try it. However, I am hoping I can do it all on the machine. I really don’t like hand sewing unless it is crossstich. But so excited to try.

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