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Thread: LOOKING for PINWHEEL FLURRY pattern

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    Senior Member Buzzy Bee's Avatar
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    I have searched the web and can t find where I can buy this pattern.....any suggestions ?...It s on e-bay,,,but says it was sold in March....don t understand why they are still showing it
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    Make your own pattern. Study it for a while and then copy it. The blades look like they are appliqued.

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    pretty pattern

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    Looks like it was made in 4 sections, should be easy enough to make a pattern.

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    I have made the patterns for the blades...and it is 4 blocks finished at 16 in....where I am confused---do I cut 4 blocks and applique the blades over them or piece the white pieces in seperatley...u can tell I'm kinda new at quilting

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    Cut 4 blocks and applique the blades over them.

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    Maybe this info will help....."Pinwheel Flurry" made from the pattern in Better Homes and Gardens American Patchwork & Quilting magazine, April 2005

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    almost found it here..but the link is broken.. =(

    http://marlenesjournal.blogspot.com/...-on-barns.html

    and another here..that again only show the picture...I'll keep looking.... =)

    http://www.tensisters.com/gallery.asp

    Here it is for sale...

    http://www.clotilde.com/detail.html?...226&cat_id=398

    http://www.quiltsmart.com/khxc/index...blackeyedsusan

    QuiltTown used to offer that pattern for free but they don't seem to be there anymore. Ain't that the way??

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    I know I've seen it in one of my magazines - I'll try to look this week.

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    http://www.quilttemplates.com/curvescircles.html

    This site has templates to make it. Under the name "black eyed susan" block

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    THANK YOU thank you everybody...u r so helpful !!! I love the blackeye susie but its not the different size blades overlapping...I might try that one too....I knew it was in the 2007 mag. but I can t even find a site for that...I saw the one that I took the phto of,,,in a fabric shop in Va....It looked so simply that i thought I could make my own pattern....well I could but got confused as to how to construct it so thought I d better but the pattern....thank u all again !!!! you'r the bestr !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marymm
    http://www.quilttemplates.com/curvescircles.html

    This site has templates to make it. Under the name "black eyed susan" block
    That site has another set of templates under the name Whirling Pinwheel...it's on page 2. Hope it's the templates you need. I will try to post a link.

    http://www.quilttemplates.com/curves...s/curves2.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by marymm
    http://www.quilttemplates.com/curvescircles.html

    This site has templates to make it. Under the name "black eyed susan" block
    If you go to page 2 of that section, there's another version called Whirling Pinwheel with slightly different blades.

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    Here's another one:

    http://mksmesmil.blogspot.com/2008/0...el-flurry.html

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    The pattern came from the April 2005 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting

    Here's a link to the ebay listing of that issue:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/BH-G-American-Pa...item415a431c95

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzy Bee
    I have made the patterns for the blades...and it is 4 blocks finished at 16 in....where I am confused---do I cut 4 blocks and applique the blades over them or piece the white pieces in seperatley...u can tell I'm kinda new at quilting
    If it is a 16" finished blocks, why do you have to make it in four parts? I would try cutting a 16" background square and applique the parts directly to it. That's just me.

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    I love the quilt but I am not a fan of the black stark center. I think I would go with a softer brown.

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    There is another called Townhouse Pinwheels..same pattern. It is in The Quilter Magazine, January 2008.

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    that makes more sense to me !!! thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by KathyAire
    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzy Bee
    I have made the patterns for the blades...and it is 4 blocks finished at 16 in....where I am confused---do I cut 4 blocks and applique the blades over them or piece the white pieces in seperatley...u can tell I'm kinda new at quilting
    If it is a 16" finished blocks, why do you have to make it in four parts? I would try cutting a 16" background square and applique the parts directly to it. That's just me.

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    thank you so much...I'm going to try and get it....I'd feel more secure if I had the instuctions...thanks again !!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
    Here's another one:

    http://mksmesmil.blogspot.com/2008/0...el-flurry.html

    Quote from blog:
    The pattern came from the April 2005 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting

    Here's a link to the ebay listing of that issue:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/BH-G-American-Pa...item415a431c95

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    Buzzy Bee - I sent you a PM - I've got a copy of the magazine.

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    Hi, Quilting Cubby has a free "Black Eyed Susan" quilt pattern. May also be known as "Pinwheel Flurry" http://quiltingcubby.com/pinwheel-fl...ion-favorites/

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