Master Cathedral Window Blocks While Making It!
Do you like the look of Cathedral Window quilts? Then chances are you’ll love this beautiful table or wall quilt.
The extraordinary design, reminiscent of an actual cathedral window, is due to the creative use of Cathedral Window blocks. It’s an eye-catching quilt that is sure to garner lots of attention.
If you’re reluctant to try this complex-looking project, don’t be. The pattern includes a ton of photos and is essentially a mini course in making Cathedral Window quilts.
You’ll love how detailed the instructions are. Even beginners can succeed with this project.
While traditionally the windows are sewn by hand, you can also do them by machine. However, if you like hand sewing this is a great take-along project.
The completed quilt, designed by Victoria Varela from The Window Way, is 32″ x 32″.
Victoria has several other quilt designs available. Here are just a few of our favorites.
All of the patterns include Victoria’s detailed mini-course instructions. You’ll find the patterns for the quilts shown here and several more at the following link.
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