Cathedral Windows Block

I really enjoy making this block. And I love these fabrics too.
Most of them from Park Slope by Erin McMorris and the other one from Sandi Henderson's previous collection which I don't recognise the name.
Sometimes it takes me awhile to remember all of the collection name since they keeping coming competitively.

I can't believe it'is June 4th now. Time fly! It's getting more rain here in Bangkok suburb which I love it.
Less humidity and sweats!! Some of you might have curiosity  how I survive quilting in the days over 100 degree.
Easy answer, try as much as to quilt in air conditioning space or do it at night time.

I can't wait to go back to the US in July even it's only two months vacations. The next best thing is I could buy more and more fabrics!! yea, I can't get enough to build more stash in my studio. I already bought another suitcase. Thanks to the girls,as a family travelling together allows us to have more luggages.
Ialready started counting down...........another 41 days..wait for me Oregon!

I don't promise to anyone but would rather to say that I will bring this project with me. At least I can keep it up without a sewing machine.

I keep you a post. Till then.

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  1. Your cathedral windows block is beautiful. Will it be part of something larger? Will you be coming back to the US for good or just a visit? July may not be much relief from the heat depending on where you are going.

  2. Wow! This is gorgeous & looks so difficult to do. I don't think I will have the patience for a cathedral block! You must have spend quite some time on this. Happy weekend from Tokyo!