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August 10, 2020
Cathedral Window 15, 16 from Virtual Quilter

Interesting.

Much more interesting.

I think those narrow curved lines could be done with narrow strips of fabric plus fusible cut on the bias … and ironed on to the background very carefully.

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March 22, 2020
The Beastly Y-Seam Block Has a Name: Cathedral Window by Nancy Cabot, 1933 Chicago Tribune from Cheeky Cognoscenti

When I was recreating, resizing, recoloring and revising the Moda Modern Building Blocks Sampler in EQ8 Quilt Design Software, swapping out some of the blocks for others in my EQ Block Library, I didn't pay much attention to the information contained in the software "notecard" for each block.  After toiling away at all of these Y-seams, however, I was curious about where this block I'm making came from and I went back to my software to find out.

Cathedral Window by Nancy Cabot, Originally Published in 1933 Chicago Tribune

The 20" block I'm currently working on was ...

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January 26, 2020
"Een lang Supergoof Quiltwinkelverhaal" from Supergoof Quilts


En hoe is het nu Goof?
Wanneer gaat de quiltwinkel open?
Ik wacht al zo lang,....
;o)

Even een tussenstand,
wat kan er allemaal doorgestreept worden van het lijstje
met dingetjes die gedaan moeten worden?

De gestreepte klederdracht stoffen zijn vanmiddag terug gekomen.
Ze zijn veranderd in geweldige kussenslopen.
Kussens genoeg straks,
om riant op te zitten,
tijdens het quilten.
;o)

Toen ik, Quilt Juffie Goof, workshops gaf op de Quiltzolder aan de grote tafel,
stonden daar kappersstoelen.
Die stoelen zijn echt ideaal,
ze kunnen omhoog,
omlaag,
hebben armleuningen,
je kunt ronddraaien,
en zo alles rustig bekijken.

Maar,...

De zitting ...

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January 19, 2020
Cathedral Window 12, 13, 14 from Virtual Quilter

I like this one, designed before I started redrawing applique blocks. Some of these blocks have been redrawn, others are waiting patiently for their turn … way more patiently than me!

I wouldn’t change much in the second design … except the colours. They need to be more like the glowing colours of stained glass.

Simply lovely, but needs a colour change like the last couple.

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