Winding Ways Winding Down

Sixty-three down, eighteen to go!
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Down to the last two rows of blocks and I am finally confident enough to sew these curvy liitle blocks without pins. I rely heavily on my very pointy tweezers though! Also, I am close enough to sewing the blocks together to start serious consideration of the machine quilting I will do. Should I keep it simple and just stitch-in-the-ditch around all the interlocking circles or should I fall back on feathers or, perhaps, I should take a “modern quilting” approach. We will see…

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9 Responses to Winding Ways Winding Down

  1. This is gorgeous! If it were me, I would be quilting circles within the circles that read light. I am jealous as I would love to have this die…. but in due time, sigh!

  2. linynp says:

    It’s stunning!!!

  3. Valerie S. says:

    This is continuing with awesome.

  4. lillian Perry says:

    Now, tell me again, WHEN DO YOU SLEEP!!? What a great job…LP

    Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 01:36:58 +0000 To: mamalillian@hotmail.com

  5. Dorothy says:

    I love the quilting in the magazine — simple yet effective. It’s circles, but they look like they’re a half-inch or an inch from the piecing seams. I think it really reenforces the “circularity” of the pattern.

  6. Kathryn says:

    It is terrific; more and more circles visible with every row you complete. You set the bar WAY high, Joyce. I cast one vote (though I know you aren’t really soliciting opinions) for circles over feathers but what would a “more modern” be? (I’m with Lillian, either you don’t sleep or you have a doppelganger.)

  7. Luz2Quilt says:

    Absolutely beautiful! I want to do one! Thank you for sharing

  8. Sharon says:

    Oh my gosh. This is gorgeous! I love the scrappy look.

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