Friday, November 26, 2010

Dutch Pinwheel tutorial...

Hope everyone had a yummy Thanksgiving, we sure did! (and continue to do so)

Today I am doing a Dutch Pinwheel Tutorial...

Remember our sponsor Fresh Squeezed Fabrics?


Remember my pile of HST's? 


This is what I am doing with them...


Start with four 5 inch HST's.





Sew together in rows, top to bottom...




Finished block 18.5"

Easy, Peasy, Lemon squeezy!

Thanks, have a good weekend, and make sure to check out Fresh Squeezed Fabrics, and remember, she is hosting a giveaway with these same fabrics to one of you...so stayed tuned!!!

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12 comments:

Penny said...

Thanks for the tute! That's another one to my ever growing to-do-list!

Aunt Spicy said...

That might be the easiest tutorial I have seen, thanks!

Leonie said...

Hi! Thanks to yours and another tutorial and various pictures I've just completed a dutch pinwheel cushion cover as a gift! Love your work :)

Инна said...

Thanks! its so easy, but so nice!

Leah said...

I am using this tutorial to make a block for a quilting Bee I'm in but have a query.

For the centre pinwheel your picture shows the top left square is split diagonally top left to bottom right with the coloured fabric in the lower section. The rest of the pinwheel then radiates out from there.

When it comes to sew the rows together the centre pinwheel fabrics have been rotated so although the diagonal split runs the same way the coloured fabric is now at the top!

Your finished quilt shows all of the blocks have been sewn as per the 2nd shown fabric placement. Is this correct?

Amy said...

What fabric line did you use for this? It's so pretty!

Beverly Reid said...

As a new quilter I was wondering how big are your HST?

Westside Soapworks said...

Love this simple and gorgeous pattern. Pinned this for later reference (along with many others). Thanks so much for sharing!!

Beth Cox said...

I love this design and thank you. I also noticed the layout of the fabrics changed from the the first layout picture to the last picture. Either way looks good but I kept trying to figure but why it looked different, lol. Will be using this pattern . Thank you

Joaquina Florencio said...

Lindissimo trabalhos ! Amei

carol cox said...

i have this pattern from a book of baby quilts...and have made it before... it is darling and looks more complicated than it really is... having read this post i will be making it again this week! thanks for sharing.

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