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

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    Super Member Quiltforme's Avatar
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    I have not done a scrappy one I bet it would be beautiful! The one I am working on is a black with multicolor blocks I have to say it looks pretty sharp!! I will have mine done by tomorrow and will post a picture :)

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    Amazing, very pretty..

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    Thanks, Jade. Looking fwd. to the picture.

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    I really like pinwheels and this is very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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    Updated pic of my new Mirrored pinwheel
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    Jade this is just STUNNING!!!!!!
    I would have loved to see the block before you cut it up??
    Am I looking @ this right, These are batik's???
    OMG!!! I just LOVE IT

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    the colors are so vivid....just beautiful


    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    Updated pic of my new Mirrored pinwheel

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    WOW! Thanks, Jade, for posting.

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    Just found this and it's fantastic! Have bookmarked.

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    I absolutely LOVE your block. I'm pretty new at quilting - only been at it a little over 6 months and I have gotten addicted to this forum. I want to be able to do all that you ladies can do - but I want to be able to do it NOW - LOL!

    I am so reluctant to start new projects and I think it's the fear that I can't do it plus the fact that I REALLY have trouble putting colors together.

    I took the plunge and decided to get a few scraps out but as a beginner the pickings are slim, no stash ;) no scraps, but I just used a piece of white to make two 5" squares and had two different shades of pink and white and just put those together. I know it would have been better with two different solids and 2 contrasting prints but I just wanted to see if I could do it. WaLa - I DID IT. Don't know if I'd ever be able to make a very big project but maybe a table runner or lap quilt. I bought a pack of charm squares tonight and I decided to order a few more packs on line and use some of them.

    Thanks to each and everyone of you for all the help I have gotten here online.

    Pat

    They are 2 different pinks - needed more contrast.
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    One done - one more to go. Maybe a couple more for a table runner.
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