Quirky Pinwheels

This pattern was written by Bonny Peters and will be published in the April 2020 edition of The Quilt Pattern Magazine.

The Quilt Pattern Magazine. One of my favourite on line resources
Fabric pulled from stash.
The cutting begins!

The fabric was pulled, cut, and the blocks pieced in a day. The blocks were put together and the border added in another day. This quilt is a dream for a very quick quilt and I’m thinking will go on my list for Charity or Need It Now Quilts.

Squaring up hst’s!
Everything is picked and trimmed to size!
Can you see the snow on the deck?
Can you see the block this quilt is made with?

Finished Quilt size is 62 1/2” x 62 1/2”.

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😄 Carol

Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

5 thoughts on “Quirky Pinwheels

  1. What an interesting block!!! I’m working on Twist, a mystery quilt by From My Carolina Home. Just got instructions for the 3rd step! I kinda hope it looks something like yours, because we are doing two different sizes of HSTs!!

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    1. Hi Susan. How are you holding up? Sewing is good for the soul and Twist looks like fun! It’s on my to do list and I might even get caught up enough now that I’m done with masks. I’m almost finished testing a pattern and then I hope to do Twist since I did start cutting it. 😉

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      1. I think I am so stressed out by everything I need to do that I am actually affecting my heart – doctor found that it was skipping beats on Wednesday and will refer me to a cardiologist. It also beats wildly – 150+ BPM. I’m exhausted all the time. Not sure what’s going on with my body, but emotions are definitely negatively affecting it!

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      2. Oh No. That is so scary to go through with no support there. Sure wish there was some way I could help. Just rest when you need to. Sometimes 15 minutes with fabric 2 or 3 times a day helps. Get your To Do List written out and remind yourself it does not all need to be done today. Each item you can cross off is a visual reminder of what you have done. Losing your Dad was a hard enough blow without having to contend with an epidemic while having cardiac episodes. Sending a virtual hug and healing thoughts and prayers 💕 Carol

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