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Thread: Can someone please remind of the name of this block?

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    Super Member SueSew's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jahaper View Post
    It's called Winding Ways. I made a bedspread in this pattern only it is black and white. It is a pretty easy pattern to make once you get comfortable with sewing curves.
    If you aren't comfortable with curves when you start, I bet you are by the time you are done!
    Gorgeous quilt and the little checked border strip is cute too
    SueSew
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    Don't know the name but I love your quilt!

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    Soooooooo Beautiful. Thanks for sharing although I don't know the name.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I don't know, but I love the quilt!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    No clue as to the name but I LOVE IT!!
    Before Prozac, there was quilting!

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    Winding Waves If you are interested, you can get a template set from Marti Michell at this web site. http://frommarti.com/windingways.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueSew View Post
    If you aren't comfortable with curves when you start, I bet you are by the time you are done!
    Gorgeous quilt and the little checked border strip is cute too
    I used to make clothes many many lifetimes ago so sewing curved seams is not a problem for me
    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by janny40 View Post
    Winding Waves If you are interested, you can get a template set from Marti Michell at this web site. http://frommarti.com/windingways.shtml
    I already ordered a set from them and also a set that makes oblong circles from John Flynn too
    Bernie

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    Love it! One of those quilts that looks hard to do!

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    I am starting to make a B/W for my GD. The Winding Ways dies for the Accuquilt Go are available. They make an 8" square.

    Jo

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    Very pretty. I love your border too.

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