Red and White Winding Ways Completed

Here she is, quilted and bound:
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I quilted the concentric circles using the Gammill Work Station accessory as seen here. It fits onto the table that normally holds pantograph patterns:
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A stylus travels in groves in a template and guides the sewing on the quilt itself. With this concentric circle template, when one circle has been sewn, the stylus must be moved to the next size circle to make the second circle of quilt stitching.
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I did seven rounds of concentric circles of quilting within each large white circle of patchwork over the entire quilt top.

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As the concentric circles were completed, areas of curved cross-hatching developed:
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I went back to each white circle of patchwork and quilted a flower design in its center using a 3.5 inch plastic template to get the partial circle that formed the petals:
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I used large straight pins to mark the placement of the eight petals for each flower motif:

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The blocks with white backgrounds and red crosses had this resulting quilting pattern:
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And the blocks with red backgrounds and white crosses had this resulting quilting pattern:

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Red circles of patchwork:
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White circles of patchwork:
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A view of the red polka dot backing and red with black dots binding:
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I used a single layer of Hobbs 80/20 batting and cream colored Glide thread for this quilt. All the pieces for the patchwork were cut with the Accuquilt GO! Winding Ways die set.

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20 Responses to Red and White Winding Ways Completed

  1. Lisa says:

    Spectacular!

  2. SoozeM says:

    Wow that is just stunning, the quilt itself is gorgeous but the quilting just makes it really special!

  3. Jane says:

    Absolutely gorgeous, the pattern and the quilting. Thank you for sharing

  4. M. Rose says:

    Fantastic and what a great tool for circular quilting. It made a great pattern, that added to the quilt.

  5. Lori s says:

    What a unique quilting plan. It turned out wonderfully!

  6. Judy Hansen says:

    I love it! The polka-dot backing is icing on the cake! The quilting is a perfect addition to a spectacular quilt! Well done!

  7. Sue says:

    Gorgeous. I love the Winding Ways quilts.

  8. Donna says:

    I love this quilt. I have the die but haven’t used it yet. Also have a Gammill with the workstation & have used it a little. Love the way you quilted this.

  9. You did a masterful job on this. It is just beautiful!

  10. Monica says:

    It turned out great. I love the quilting, and also the polka dot backing! It’s all very satisfying, isn’t it? 🙂

  11. Rhonda says:

    Very very nice. Love the choice of machine quilting.

  12. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    absolutely the most beautiful quilt I’ve seen. I have a long arm but I could never do such a great job. LOVE IT

  13. Valerie S. says:

    Well done! The quilting on the circles works so well. Excellent choice for a stunning quilt.

  14. Ann says:

    gorgeous your quilting is perfection on that quilt!!!!

  15. Michelle says:

    That quilting is GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing so many pictures of how you accomplished it.

  16. Luz2Quilt says:

    Absolutely Stunning!

  17. Francine Epstein says:

    THis is just too pretty!

  18. Margot says:

    Absolutely gorgeous

  19. Linda J says:

    What a wonderful two color quilt and the quilting just makes it shine even more! Did you make the top as well?

    • fortquilt says:

      Linda, I did make the Red and White Winding Ways top. I am trying out this new theme from Word Press. Unfortunately, the search box is at the bottom so you have to scroll all the way down to find it. Enter “Red and White” in the search box and you will find links to two additional posts about my making of the R & W WW.

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