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Heavenly Cathedral Window Star Block

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Combine the classic elegance of the cathedral windows quilt pattern with the attention-grabbing look of a star quilt to make the Heavenly Cathedral Window Star Block. With the right fabric, this faux cathedral windows quilt pattern will absolutely take your breath away. By bringing together two detailed quilt patterns, this star quilt block appears to be even more complex and stunning. Once you've seen how easy it is to make one, you'll want to make a whole quilt filled with this angelic pattern.

Heavenly Cathedral Window Star Block
Heavenly Cathedral Window Star Block
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Project Type: Make a Project

Block Size: 12 1/2 inches wide x 12 1/2 inches long

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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These instructions are still not clear. There are no directions how to go from a solid brown diamond to skinny frames. I have read them at least four times.

Kathleen, if you look at the instructions for piecing the center square (#6) , this is where you place a square of coordinating fabric (a little smaller than the brown diamond) on top of the brown. Then you fold over the brown edges the same as described for #5 of the goose sections instructions. Hope that makes sense. The brown is rolled down over the coordinating fabric and stitched in place.

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