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Friday, November 5, 2010

More Winding Ways, Finishing class......

I finished the 2 half blocks and made a bunch more. 

The last 6 that I made last night.  I now have 44 blocks made so I will be switching them over to a double design wall now.

At the finishing class Student C finished her quilt that she worked on last month.  I had cut the kits for this quilt when I was still working.  The batik line had a brochure that came with it with the directions and I had made the store sample.  I realized I don't have a photo of the one I made so I need to take my camera back down there some day and take one.

Student S finished the one she was working on last time too.  She had purchased a kit somewhere when she first got into quilting and this isn't her color and fabric preference any more.  It is going to be either a baby quilt or a table cover. 

I worked on a new quilt but I haven't pressed the blocks yet so maybe tomorrow I'll have a photo.


Jackie said...

Can't wait to see you Winding Ways up on the wall! Love that when you make this quilt you get a positive and negative block. Great use of the fabric! I love the bright batiks in your student's quilt. Looks like a crazy quilt. Do you know the pattern name? Possibly it is a Stack the Deck?

karenfae said...

I will be glad to to see this quilt on the wall, I know your color arrangement is always great.

Linda said...

I just never want to miss a day of looking at your blog, Wanda. It makes my head swirl with ideas. As usual, thank you!

Anonymous said...

Your Winding Ways has me waiting with great curiosity.

Both students C and S can be proud of their pieces. Student C ~ takes my breath away with design and brilliant batiks. Student S ~ may have grown out of her color combination, but is very impressive.

Your students are so fortunate to be taking a class from you.


Muddling Through said...

Your blocks are looking SO good! I got to see some of the Kaffe quilts in person yesterday at Quilt Festival. I'm still turning them over in my mind - so beautiful and vibrant!

Vicky F said...

Hi Wanda,
Your winding ways blocks are lookin' good!
I have the John Flynn winding ways templates and plan to try that pattern in the near future.
Keep warm!
Vicky F

Glenna @ Hollyhock Quilts said...

These are all terrific! Thanks for showing them---

Tine said...

i am looking forward to seeing your winding ways blocks up on the design wall!!

Leslie said...

I love Student C's quilt, too! Any ideas on pattern name or where it can be found? That is really interesting, but looks like a fairly simple paper-pieced project with some great color design ideas. I'd love to have the pattern.

dls said...

Love the vibrant colors Student C selected for her top. Very talented people.

Sandy said...

Really like all the colors you use in your quilts. I am loving the winding ways quilts. This is one pattern I am looking forward to making, so, following your progress is inspiring. And, student C's quilt, LOVE IT.