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Thread: My Pinwheel disappearing 4 patch using charm packs!!

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    Super Member LucyInTheSky's Avatar
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    Awesome, thanks.

    For the step where you cut 1 1/4", that's 1 1/4" from the CENTER, right? I was confused at first

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    Quote Originally Posted by grannysewer
    I made a square using 5" charms and then made a square using 7" squares. They both turned out so pretty and so easy. Everyone is going to think I work really hard on them. Thank you so much. I'm calling the square "pinwheel 4 patch". Is that ok with you? Bobbie
    Looking at this, I think you have varied the method a bit. You moved your two tone strips counterclockwise within the block, rather than rotating each one 180 degrees in its own spot? Both variations look great - hurrah for evolution!

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    Yes 1 1/4" from the center line on all sides. You can go bigger if you want this is just what I did.

    Quote Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
    Awesome, thanks.

    For the step where you cut 1 1/4", that's 1 1/4" from the CENTER, right? I was confused at first

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    For the square to be 12 1/2" you would need to start with at least 15" square. I would make a trial to get exact measurements. This is just an estimate from my beginning.

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    I love this technique - thank you for sharing!

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    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    For the square to be 12 1/2" you would need to start with at least 15" square. I would make a trial to get exact measurements. This is just an estimate from my beginning.
    Do you mean a 15" four patch? (Just checking.)

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    I think so but I'm interested in knowing for sure too. Thank you!

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    Yes 15" 4 patch to make estimate 12 1/2 I would do a test patch first to confirm.

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    Oh my that is so good and easy...Thanks.

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