How to Make Cathedral Window Quilt Block?

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To make a cathedral window quilt block you will need approximately 12 squares. You may choose to start with a minimum of at least four. These need to be cut them about 1/2 inches and you will also need four 1/8 inch squares of a pattern material. The pattern material is what creates the 'window' look in your quilt.
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1. Cut an 8 1/4-inch square of muslin for each cathedral window block. Fold square in half both horizontally and vertically to find the middle of each edge. Beginning with the top
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Rows for the Cathedral Window rag quilt are sewn together much like the method used to attach the circle sandwiches to each other, sewing individual sandwiches together along the
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This will depend on the size of blocks you wish to make. A full quilt measures 78" x 87" (which includes 12" to the left, right and bottom of the quilt so that it drapes
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These look the best and create the best effects when done with patterned fabric. First you need to have 6 layers of completely identical fabric. You can use a rotary cutter and template
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