2 January 2015

WoW-E! {redo} in Northcott ColorWorks Solids

Thanks to the amazing popularity of the WoW-E! quilt blocks I have been sharing on social media (facebook and instagram), I could not resist finishing the first quilt one day.... And soon starting this next one!





This remake of the WoW-E! quilt was made using solids from the ColorWorks Premium Solid 9000 collection by Northcott Fabrics.  The colours were chosen to match this cute Woodland Friends flannel backing.






This time I changed things up by using only 12 blocks.  Then added a multiple mitered border to make this a crib size quilt.  My multiple mitered border tutorial can be found here.




I put the completed blocks up on my design wall.  And then switched them around a bit.  But I liked the first layout best.  So I switched them back!



When it came time for the quilting, Aunt Elna and I decided to take on a spiral.  It has been a while since using this method last.  But this is the first time using a single spiral.



A single spiral makes quite a statement.  The tricky part is to get the beginning of the spiral to look good.  I traced a circle around the cornerstone using a pencil.  Then quilted, one stitch at a time, until there was a quarter inch gap around the circle.  From there the going gets easier as you continue the spiral out to the edges of the quilt.







This quilt finish was the 22nd use of my 100 labels ordered from


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This WoW-E! Woodland Friends baby quilt finished at approximately 39" x 49" and is now listed with my Quilts for Sale in my Etsy shop.  The WoW-E! pattern is available for sale in my NEW Pattern Store here.



 
Linking up to Finish it up Friday with 
Amanda Jean of Crazy Mom Quilts 

And TGIFF! hosted this week by
Laura of Quokka Quilts.





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28 comments:

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

Congratulations on another finish, Lorna! You have been so busy! I really like how you color matched to the backing print, and the spiral quilting really looks fabulous.

Allison Babcock said...

Yay! Congrats on another beautiful quilt. It's fun to see another version of this pattern. The possibilities are endless! I love the spiral quilting. I did a bazillion of them on a recent quilt, and you are absolutely right about the beginning. The starting is the hard part, but then it is smooth sailing after that.

Andrea @ Mouse in My Pocket said...

This came out beautifully, and isn't it fun to have a finish so early in the year? It really makes you want to keep that momentum going and sew, sew, sew!

Mara said...

Really beautiful Lorna!

Judy@Quilt Paradigm said...

Beautiful! I swear I learn something new every time I come to your site ;) quilting a continuous circle in the center and then going off of that circle is just plain genius!! I've never seen it done that way before and have always struggled with trying to get that center spiral to look even a little bit passable. Thanks for a major aha moment :D

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

This quilt pattern really is stunning! Love the black accents! It makes the colors shine!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I really like the spiral quilting - neat and such a lovely finish. I love that pattern

PegP said...

Looks awesome Lorna! Are you just using the walking foot for the spiral?

Carla said...

Another stunner! Well done. That spiral adds the perfect touch

Terri Ann said...

The quilting is perfect on this quilt! I love the pattern, the fabric...oh just everything. Is it as wonderful as I think it is to explore a quilt pattern a second time with different fabrics? There's a couple I'd like to go and do again but I have too many quilt pattern ideas to do in my head to consider revisitng old patterns!

Jayne said...

I am so in love with this little bright bundle!! The quilting is amazing...amazing and has been on my quilting list for years! One day Lorna...one day!

Maria Malinovskaya said...

It's so beautiful! I love it. I want one:-)

Clumsy Chord said...

It looks really great! I love the spiral quilting -- I haven't quite talked myself into trying that one yet.

(Ugh. I don't know what's going on, by blogger/blogspot won't let me make openID comments any more and I've tried in both Firefox and Chrome. It seems like something happening with the Captcha thing, where it wants me to fill it out, but it's hidden in some way so that I can't access it. I hate logging in with Google - this is Kristel from wipgirl.wordpress.com anyway!)

Ioleen said...

Love the spiral quilting.

Sarah @ Georgia Girl Quilts said...

I love everything about this quilt- it's so bright and fresh! Love that backing fabric and the quilting works really well too!

Vera said...

I like this one even better due to quilting :) Well done!

Jasmine said...

Awesome! I love the borders. I sometimes think I spend too much time rearranging things on my design wall. I explained to my niece this morning about one quilt that I made sure all the pine trees pointed up, because that is how trees grow. In 18 months of use no one even noticed!

Daytona Damsel said...

I really like the colors and the spiral quilting. That type of quilting is on my to do list for 2015. Another great quilt.
Debbie

Pieces of Cotton said...

Lovely quilt and colors - love those bold colors.

Vicki said...

The spiral quilting is perfect for this fantastic baby quilt!

The Farmhouse Quilter said...

I love your fabric choices and quilting. Looking forward to seeing more!

Laura said...

Yup, I still love it! :) love the circular quilting too!

JanineMarie said...

I love how that spiral stands out against the piecing!! Another beauty for sure!

Vickie said...

Wow I like that quilt ! The spiral quilting is just perfect for it !

Glinda ♥ said...

Amazing! Love the spiral quilting too - that's going on my list of new things to try in 2015!

lelandavestudios said...

Love it! I can't decide which color way I like better! They are both so fresh and happy, but yet completely different! Great job!

Patch the Giraffe said...

Love your spiral! There are so many things I love about this quilt ... so many!

Sew Stitching Cute said...

The pop of color, the brightness and crisp feel of that quilt and of course that QUILTING of the spiral, I think is perfect for this quilt! Your talent amazes me Lorna!

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