Spinning Pinwheels Quilt Pattern

Posted on November 18th, by Amy in pattern. 9 comments

Wow it’s been a slow week here!  I’ve been getting this pattern ready to sell and taking care of a few other details for The Sewing Summit, along with a cold in the house (4 kids – need I say more?) my time has been stretched.

I shared this quilt for Blogger’s Quilt Festival, and have pulled together all the details and double checked my math before releasing the pattern.  And so I am pleased to tell you that it is available in the shop, for your immediate download upon purchase!  I love the immediate download feature….so simple!  Anyway, this quilt will be fabulous in your favorite prints or solids – imagine a gradiation of solids – pretty!

I’m still piecing two quilt tops, and I’m thinking about table runners for Christmas presents.  Have a great resource?  I’d love to see, otherwise, I think I’ll be designing a few of my own…maybe a tutorial even.

Hope you are having a great week!


9 thoughts on “Spinning Pinwheels Quilt Pattern

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  2. You sure have had a busy week! Hope the kiddos are on the mend and that you manage to stay healthy! That quilt is so darn cute! Another one to add to my list :) Good luck with those table runners. You could try the “quilt as you go” method to get them made quicker (just a thought)

  3. AMy…I love this quilt…maybe I will give it a try…but I refuse to allow myself to start another one until I baste, quilt and bind the quilt top that I finished months ago…every time I get it out it just gets put back away :(

  4. Sounds like a busy week! Happy to see your newest pattern, which looks fun. For table runners, I usually end up making it up as I go, depending on the color or theme or feeling I want for the table. I have seen a couple patterns in Moda’s Bake Shop that I loved, just using simple charm squares. I also like to sew three disappearing 9-patch blocks together, add a border, and quilt for a simple design.

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