Today I continue my quest in creating and posting one block a day of the fabulous That Town And Country Quilt by the lovely Susan-Claire Mayfield. This is day two hundred and seventy-four of that project.

This quilt block shows a very orange church building. The steeple of the church building is tall and has a triangular top. Next to it is the long roof of the sanctuary. Both roofs are very dark brown, along with the door. Along the side the of the steeple written in white pen are the word,s "Cathedral" and a bright orange patch of fabric indicating a window. To the right of the rounded door are more bright orange rectangular windows and above them the words "Performance Hall"  penned in white. This is all against a blue salmon-patterned background.

The Cathedral was an abandoned church near the outskirts of That Town.

The windows were broken and the roof leaked. An arts group that wanted a venue for the performing arts saw potential in this grand old building.

They did lots of fundraising and then they managed to get a patron that had very deep pockets. After many hours of volunteer work and some paid structural work, it was ready to shine.

Now they are able to book stars from all over the world.

It’s such a cool place to go to performances, and the acoustics are amazing!!