Wandaful Quilts

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

2 quilt tops.............

I sewed the last two seams and pressed the top for its official photo.  It ended up 58" x 80.5".  It will be a great couch quilt.














I had to remove the colorwash pieces from the design wall to have room to photograph the Bento Box quilt so I sewed it together too.  It is about 20" square.

I am going to link to the post offering a colorwash class one more time.  I have a few people interested and am wondering if there is anyone else.  I think I am probably the most experienced colorwash teacher in this area of the country, teaching it since 1991.

12 comments:

Debbie said...

Great top!
You are the most experienced colorwash expert, teacher, mentor and guide. If I was nearby I would be there.

Hedy Hahn said...

This quilt top is beautiful, I really like the finished results. The little color wash is pretty too. I go to your Wandaful blog and look at the other color wash quilts you have made and agree that YOU are the most FANTASTIC color wash quilt artist EVER. And a great teacher no matter what you are teaching.

patty a. said...

Both pieces turned out beautiful!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love that quilt and will be a great couch size quilt- the color arrangement is really great

Quiltdivajulie said...

I think you are being modest about your color wash abilities - not just in your part of the country, but for MOST of the country! Your work is FANTASTIC!

Anonymous said...

The Bento box quilt is amazing! I love how it turned out....thanks so much for sharing!!
Sandra B
scb304@juno.com

Mary said...

Oh, how I wish ...

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

Both tops are beautiful. If I were in your area, I would so be in that class! I've learned a lot from you even from this distance!

Dolly said...

This is a beautiful top, Wanda. I've watched your progress on this one, as usual, but I didn't absorb the measurements that you gave at the beginning. So I was surprised that it is a generous nap-sized top.......this is alot of piecing for that size of quilt. Just gorgeous, too.

I wanted to be sure that you knew how much my husband and I appreciated the comment that you left on my blog today concerning his health situation. I wasn't sure that you would get be notified of my reply, so I wanted to mention it here. His eyes lit up when he heard of your friend's good progress.

Sheila said...

Both are absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Wonderful job!

Charlotta said...

The Bento Box quilt top really turned out very nicely. I8593193673 like it ddxdxdcexlots, andf can'tc wa itf fiBig .B. Bto make one myself. I'll probably end up using fabric quite different from what you've used, but I think it's a very versatile pattern.
I love your colorwash quilts, but for some reason, I've never had an interest in trying to make one myself.

HollyM said...

Love the Bento box! And the colors! My quilting group made me a batik one for my 69th. It's always been a favourite.