Does anyone remember me asking the folliwing question? "What do you think I'm going to do with this fabric?"
I used this method by Angela Nash of My Three Sons posted at the Moda Bakeshop.
Let me first provide a "review" of the recipe. 1) Very well written with clear instructions. 2) Great she added notes on when to lin up sides or corners. It made a difference during construction. I have nothing negative to write, but did find a brief annoyance while working on this. However, since it may be a result of the fabric I was using or my inexperience, or both, I'm nog laying that onto Ms. Angela's instructions.
You start with 9" square and fold it down into a tiny square. I used a simple black solid to offset my other two fabrics.
I desperately want to do a cathedral window quilt. I desperately do not want to do one without it having a big WOW result. I want it to look rich, decadent, special. I've pondered many fabrics and colors. I've pondered for about 6 months now. Over easter, I bought the black fabrics b/c they were on clearence and I ccould test their look. Aside from the slipping, I like the way they look. I will search a little more to be sure it's what I want but I think I'll be using these types. Check out all the color. Don't you think they will look great in a cathedral window quilt? I don't yet know how many of the colors, whether all or any, I'll use but I do know I like the idea of these kinds of rich fabrics. We'll see. Are you excited?