Stained Glass Windows; A Cathedral Windows Quilt

It’s finished! I met my goal and finished “Stained Glass Windows” last night. It measures 44″ square and will be a wall hanging. I have a pocket attached to the upper edge along the back. We hung it in an open double door in our house and let the sun shine through from one side while we photographed it from the other. It’s a great effect and I wish I could display it that way!

I have talked about this quilt plenty in my blog already, so I will not repeat any of the specifics here. If you are looking for them, click on “cathedral windows quilt” on the list of labels on the right side bar. That will bring you to my earlier posts with progress shots and list of materials and the tutorial that I used.

Thanks for all the encouragement along the way! I am ready to move on to the next thing now. I have some spring garment sewing up next.

Comments

  1. OMG…gorgeous quilt…i love it

  2. Oh, it came out so very beautiful. I absolutely love it.

  3. Yay! It looks amazing! Congrats on a very satisfying finish!

  4. Way..to..go! It’s beautiful!

  5. It’s almost worth punching a giant hole in your wall and making a window to hang it in!!!! I’ve already told you (a lot!) how I feel about this quilt – you’ve really done an incredible job. I admire it greatly. Congratulations on the finish!!!!

  6. Well done you.It’s beautiful

  7. Hooray! It is stunning!

  8. It’s definitely a work of art! Bravo!

  9. Beautiful!

  10. It is truely beautiful. Congratulations.

  11. It is gorgeous!!! I love it!!

  12. It’s gorgeous! It can hang at my house when you get tired of it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. why not sew? says:

    I lost my comment! Well I think this is one of the most beautiful Cathedral Window quilts I’ve seen. You have done a great job. I love the sun shining through. But it’s gonna look great no matter where it hangs!

  14. That is totally and breathless beautiful!!

  15. it’s so amazing, amy! your sewing looks so neat. i love how much the colored block pop against the white. and it definitely looks great with the sun streaming through.

  16. I love watching your blog and I’ve been at the edge of my seat as you make your cathedrals. It’s turned out amazing. I love how you’ve opted for a diamond pattern and didn’t fill in every square. tops!

  17. That is absolutely stunning.Love it. Congratulations.

  18. It’s absolutely beautiful!
    =-)

  19. wowy, that’s all I can say

  20. Dazzling! I’m in love with your quilt.

  21. It’s beautiful – I just purchased some white Kona cotton – You really inspired me! Great Job!!!

  22. It’s beautiful, I love it!

  23. That is just gorgeous! It really does look like stained glass, too. Give yourself a big pat on the back!

  24. Ok, wow. This is really, really gorgeous. I love the bright fabrics and the photo against the light is fab!

  25. That is gorgeous! I’m not sure if we met at the intiial NEMQD meeting but I hope to see it in person sometime!

  26. that is so amazing! I’d love to try that someday!

  27. WOW!! I knew it would be BEAUTIFUL, but….WOW!! Congratulations on finishing it, not that there was EVER a doubt in my mind! ๐Ÿ˜€ Truly AMAZING!

  28. I just love this quilt. I had seen it on flickr in March, but I came over to visit it again. It is so beautiful. The combination of colors and fabrics is perfection and the fussy cutting… get outta town! Awesome. : )

  29. This is absolutely stunning! One day I will try to make a Cathedral Block quilt – you have inspired me!!

  30. wow… that is beautiful!

  31. Anonymous says:

    I wanted to check “Like” on everyone of the above comments…….stunning, beautiful, inspiring, amazing, gorgeous, dazzling, breathless…..and it is the prettiest I’ve seen! Thank you for sharing!!

  32. This quilt is amazing. I’ve been looking through your blog at your quilts, and they are all beautiful. I don’t know where you get the time energy and inspiration.

    I have 3 kids, too (the youngest is nearly 3 and the oldest is nearly 6), and I recently thought I would like to start making quilts. I started making my first quilt a year ago and I would say I am currently about a third of the way through it ๐Ÿ™‚ Like I said, I don’t know how you do it.

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