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    Wow! Your end result is just beautiful! I must try the pinwheels.

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    How fun to experiment & come out with such a great result! Love it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa49 View Post
    Could you tell me where you found the instructions. I would like to try it. Love the quilt.
    I have seen this done on the Missouri Quilt Co website. Maybe look for quick HST instructions. Hope you can find it cause it looks so much easier than our regular way is. good luck! Love the finished quilt also! Good job!

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    II'm so glad you were patient with yourself. The final product is FABULOUS!!

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    Really pretty. Good job.

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    Great quilt....looks like you planned it from start to finish.

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    That turned out very nice and I really like how you set it.

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    WOW!!! You did a wonderful job on this quilt. I just may have to make one like it.

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    Making pinwheels this way is so easy, fast and fun. I saw the tute on you-tube by Jenny from Missouri Quilt Co and immediately whipped out some fabric and made a cute baby quilt for my DGD's hope chest. I'm all for anything easy.
    Families are like old quilts....although they tend to unravel at times...each can be stitched back together with love.

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    Wow, great job! You are now the HST expert. I love the colors! The sashings really pull it together.

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    Very nice quilt

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    WOW! Love the colors too.

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    I really like how you separated the blocks with the sashing. It rests the eye and enhances each block. Love your color combo and the pattern layout. Thanks for sharing.
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    I too have a stack of pinwheels waiting for inspiration...now I have it. Beautiful work
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjnesler View Post
    Nice job - I like this way of making the HST did a quit in assorted floral purples - posted it somewhere on the board,,,,
    One can go here to find pjnesler's quilt made with same pattern

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t136555.html n.

    An entirely different look. I love both of them ladies.
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    Very nice. Isn't it funny how things can look so different?

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    Missouri Star Quilt Company has a tutorial on this. Neat!

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    I may be totally dense, but I cannot find this neat trick of sewing two blocks on all four sides together to make the pinwheels. I went on Missouri Star but can only find HST instructions. Could someone post the link to that tutorial? thanks.
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    I love the layout of them. You did an amazing job. The quilting is awesome.
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    What a great job. It must have been fun to free wheel it and have it turn out.
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    That is one beautiful quilt, and I love your color choice...AWESOME.
    God Bless you all.
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    Very nice and soooooooo elegant

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    I did some searching on Missouri quilt Co tutorial. Put Fast and Easy Pinwheels into the search and you should find it.

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    I like your pin-wheel design, you did a great job on them
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Great looking quilt! And what an easy way to make pinwheels! Thank you very much for the inspiration!

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