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Thread: Winding Ways wall hanging

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    Winding Ways wall hanging

    Made this little wall hanging to see if I liked the pattern. Now want to do a big bed sized one.
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    What a beautiful unique setting for winding ways. I have never seen it set like that. WW is on my bucket list for a someday quilt.
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    This looks great! Can you give me any tips on piecing Winding Ways? I did that block for my Sylvia's Bridal Sampler and I had quite a time with it. Yours looks perfect!

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    That is beautiful.

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    Cool quilt! ! ! ! !
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    Beautiful quilt!
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    That is very pretty And so is the one in the background Please post a picture of that one as well.

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    Very nice!! Love the pattern!!

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    Beautiful, the one in the background also, looks like a stained glass window

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    That looks awesome!
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    I've always liked the Winding Ways pattern. I love how you have done your wallhanging. It really changes the look when you change the colours of the blocks.

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    Love your wallhanging pattern using winding ways! I've done a lap quilt before but the batiks were just randomly placed.

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    Very pretty!
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    Stunning design! Love the high contrast.

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    Your wallhanging is just beautiful, love the fabrics.

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    Nice quilt.... love your fabrics.

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    very pretty...

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    What a great way to try out pattern and see if you want to make lots of those blocks. This is really beautiful and you have done such a precise job of it. Good luck with the BIG one!

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    that is beautiful! and so is the one in the background!
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    Very pretty!
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    wow fantastic work on wall hanging
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    Wow. Looks awesome.

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    Thanks for sharing. It's a wonderful pattern. It would make such an outstanding quilt.

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    I love the colors you used.

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    I just finished a purple winding ways top , still need to quilt it. yours is great. love the contrast in colors
    Hi from new mexico

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