Wandaful Quilts

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Sunday, March 8, 2015

Second time around...........

In my hurry to get this top sewn together I didn't notice that I was one strip short of the complete design.  Since I had a half strata left I fixed that and went ahead and added another strip to both sides so it now measures 74" x 103".








And here is another closeup of that wonderful center.

15 comments:

Kim M in PA said...

Hi Wanda. I love these TAW's your making and wish I could take your class but I live too far away. Have you thought of writing it up and selling a pattern? I bet there are others out there who would love to make one too.

Vicki W said...

That fabulous! All that red and black makes me so happy.

Hedy Hahn said...

Beautiful, as always. Very happy prints make a happy quilt

Marei said...

My favorite color combo of all time is red, black and white. And this top is stunningly beautiful. I have to admit that I lust over your fabrics!

Sheila said...

This is awesome! I love the colors.

Jenny said...

Such lovely rich looking colours Wanda. Once again, you have done a marvelous job.

Charlotta said...

So glad you caught that before it was too late! I'm sure it would ve been great even without that last strip, and it's the kind of thing I definitely could've lived with but would've bothered some people to distraction if they discovered it only after the quilt was quilted and bound!
The fabrics in this one really make it move!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Better yet - have you ever thought about teaching an ONLINE class so that those of us far away could participate?

Carol E. said...

LOVE it. GORGEOUS!!

MontyBear said...

I haven't gone closely over your TAW tutorials yet. I just skimmed them until I am ready to start my own TAW. Is there a place in your tutorials that speaks to yardage? Is there a rule of thumb regarding yardage.
I took wish I lived closer so I could take advantage of your classes. NJ is a little far.
Thanks for your informative blog.

Tammy Hutchinson said...

I'm with Kim M. -I would love to learn your technique and maybe pick up a bit of your color magic. I love these quilts you've been showing and would love to be in one of your classes!

Kim M in PA said...

How about a Craftsy class?

Anonymous said...

Love it, with or without. Great colors. Yes, I would definitely buy a pattern. Or, take an online class if not a pattern. Maybe you already have a tutorial that would be in lieu of a pattern? Thank you.

Toya said...

How many fabrics did you use? I have two ready to make. One has 7 fabrics and the other has 13.

Toya said...

How many fabrics did you use? I have two ready to make. One has 7 fabrics and the other has 13.