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    Disappearing pinwheel

    Made this using Mo Star Quilt Co's disappearing pinwheel pattern. Another option for this block is to turn the pieces to make a churn dash. This quilt will be used for a raffle for 5-6th grade basketball expenses. This was made using my 100+ yr old White Rotary treadle machine. Just started using this machine since Christmas and I really like it. It's so smooth running and very quiet!
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    Beautiful......

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    Beautiful quilt.
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    awesome quilt
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    Very nice! I love the disappearing pinwheel block! Gotta try it!

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    Best pinwheel pattern I've seen! Your fabrics really make it stand out! Someone will be thrilled to have it!
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    ​Great quilt! Another super pattern adaptation from Missouri*.

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    [QUOTE=Watson58;6554550]Made this using Mo Star Quilt Co's disappearing pinwheel pattern. Another option for this block is to turn the pieces to make a churn dash. This quilt will be used for a raffle for 5-6th grade basketball expenses. This was made using my 100+ yr old White Rotary treadle machine. Just started using this machine since Christmas and I really like it. It's so smooth running and very quiet!
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    Beautiful. You stated in an earlier post that the shadow daisy pattern could be purchased from someone in Mo. Do you have the contact information to purchase the pattern? Thanks

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    Beautiful.....

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    Really great quilt and being that you are using it to help the basketball team is even better. How bout that older machine??? Oldies but goodies are great.
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    scolwell the shadow daisy pattern that was in Rural Missouri paper and her ad $8 -- 3020 Moselle Rd, Union, MO 63084.
    I don't know the lady and don't live close. You will have to contact her.

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    Nice quilt!! First time I have seen this block. I like it. Good job!
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    Really beautiful.
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    Perfect fabrics for your raffle quilt! How fun the pattern is too. Good luck with your sale.
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    thanks for the info...
    nice

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    Love your fabric selection to really make the design pop. Great job from a generous quilter.

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    It turned out beautifully, nice work!!!
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    That's a great quilt and glad the old machine is still humming along.

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    Very nice - thanks for sharing.
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    Great contrast in your blocks. I tried both of the blocks on MSQC but not enough contrast. LOVE IT

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    Very pretty quilt. I like your fabric choices!
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    beautifully done
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    This is awesome!! I hope it brings in lots for the basketball team.
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    The quilt is so pretty. I recently watched that video and it is amazing how easy it is to make the quilt cutting the block that way. Wish I knew about that 30+ years ago when I first started to make quilts.
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    Absolutely beautiful and to think basketballs! Great colors.
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