I also took a picture of the finished Cathedral Window’s quilt. I was in the guest bedroom taking the other pictures and realized that it would fit on this quilt rack. Since I took down the wallhanging that was there I think I’ll leave it up here for now.
Oh how pretty! I started a cathedral window many years ago. It started as a double spread. Ended as a table runner. A SMALL table runner. LOL!
Wow, what a beauty! Very nice!
I like it! Thanks for posting a picture of it – its serendipitous that it is *just* the right size for that rack! 🙂
Wow, lovely Cathedral Window! I made 2, count ’em, 2 Cathedral Window blocks. Turned them into a chatelaine from Georgia Bonesteel’s (1st?) book. Great quilt.
Absolutely beautiful! I love the edge treatment.
This is a very cool wallhanging. I love the rainbow colors and the diagonal setting.
Looks very nice hanging there! I’d leave it there for awhile for sure.
Wow Mary, it looks amazing! The colours are so vibrant. I always thought Cathedral Windows looked so complex, did you find it hard?>*hugs*>Tazzie>🙂
Mary,>You should get a taste of winter at some point in MN! Give it time! Love your new pic too!>>Your cathedral window wallhanging is great too! I LOVE IT!>>Hugs>Laurie
mary, your cathedral windows quilt is magnificent. i only got one block made on mine. i admire your perseverence. like your toppers on the bed also.>patti in florida>email@example.com
Oh, how absolutely stunning!!! I’ve only made CW pincushions and I know how time-consuming they can be. Congrats to you.
Your Cathedral Window wall hanging is beautiful 🙂
What a great use of color in your windows!
Your cathedral windows quilt is GORGEOUS. It is so bright and colorful, it absolutely glows!