Thursday, 9 September 2010

You REALLY must check this out.....

While having a lovely chat this morning with Kerri, she was telling me about this FANTASTIC little tutorial on Pinwheels...... Honestly, you really have to see this...... you wont regret it!!

Thanks SO much Kerri for showing me, I know that a lot of people will LOVE this fast and EASY peasy way!!

x Sarah

17 comments:

2paw said...

That was great, so much easier, I might even have a go!!

Christine said...

Will have to try that. Would never have thought of sewing right around the square .. what a good idea.

Kerri said...

How many Pinwheel quilt have you made today. Its the best and easiest pinwheel quilt to make. Have fun

cheers Kez

helbel19 said...

Wow thats great and so simple, thanks.

Helen

Roseanne said...
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Roseanne said...

Yes this is so easy are we going to see lots of pinwheels in blogger land now lol

DAWNIE said...

aha - bet you sell lots of charm packs now - that was great!!

welsh penny said...

Sassy,Sassy,Sassy! Where have you been girl?? Thats old news! Check out Moda Bake Shop, Lap Quilt In A Jiffy. It's made with an Arcadia layer cake and the method is the same! Actualy,I have a UFO done like that.somewhere..! mum

ozjane said...

I have a box of those squares back from my first couple of years in patchworking/quilting and everyone told me I was nuts. For the reason you mention at the end.
I even had started a chart of what size each pinwheel would measure according to what size squares I started with. I was doused with cold water. I might go get them out again now. I still have a box of squares ready. Lights and Darks.
Well if we are mad there are at least two of us and one of them seems to have more clout than I do/did

Vicki said...

How extraordinarily simple! My little brain is working out how to use the same idea but not to end up with a pinwheel. Thanks heaps for sharing this one!

barb's creations said...

Thanks for the great tutorial.I've put of making pinwheels thinking them too fiddly but will have to give this method a go :) Barb.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Fantastic Sarah thanks for that.

Anonymous said...

Wow-fantastic

Khris78 said...

Wow thats a great Tutorial, thanks for sharing :) I just came across your blog , it looks great. Cant wait to sit down with a cuppa later and have a really good read
Cheers,
Khris

Sweet Cinnamon Stitches said...

Fantastic!! Thanks for sharing Sarah.
Jane.

Liz said...

Thanks for sharing this. I saw this link over at Christine's blog 'Auntie's Quaint Quilts". I cannot believe how simple this technique is and no waste at all when using charm squares. I have a lot of charm squares and I love pinwheels so this is going to be great.
New to your blog and it is lovely.

Gail said...

Hey Sarah, I missed out on talking to you on Saturday, I saw you a few times but I was always busy. Hope you enjoyed it!