Pieces were cut with Accuquilt winding ways die. The project was quilted by stitching in the ditch then by using a double needle.
Q&A with Castafior
Ann Petersen asked:
This is SO spectacular! What an incredible job! Would you mind if I posted it on my Facebook page with credit to you?
I don’t mind at all. It will show that you are a great teacher.
hi would you mind sharing info on the pattern that you used? I love your project!!!
I used the GO! Winding ways die 8” finished with that Accuquilt fabric cutter ( which make your life easier) but you can also use Ann Peterson winding ways pattern from her class « Playing with Curves ». I had no pattern for the quilt. The fat quarter precut fabrics that I bought from Craftsy allowed me to cut enough pieces to make about 40 squares but as you have to play with the shades I could only do 6 x 6 squares.
At the beginning I used a polystyrene board a pin my pieces to try to get the effect I wanted but after a while I just assembled my pieces on feeling.
The only thing that is important is that you have to alternate dark and light pieces in the same square and inverse in the next square and try to arrange the colors so that you can see the circles.
For the border and the binding I used the 6* wide roll from the same fabric and join them from dark to light to dark.
I hope this will help.