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Thread: Easy 3-D pinwheels

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    I never seen this kind of pinwheel before, I am sure I will use in the future.
    Thanks for the tutoring.

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    oh sweet mackeral !! These are adorable !!

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    I really like this ! thank you.

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    \lovely pattern

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    That's darling! What a fun quilt. Thank you so much for sharing the process.

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    What a great tute. I want to try that one.

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    thanks for the tute. It is on my to do list.

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    I have seen so many cute ideas on here, and ideas that lead to more ideas, that it warms the cockles of my heart to be able to add something. I'm so glad you like the pinwheels.

    Thanks, guys!!!

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    Awesome tute :thumbup: :thumbup: So happy to figure out finally how to do something like this. :D Will definately be on my list to do and bookmarking this now :D THank you so much :D

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    Thanks so much for making something so complex looking become within the grasp of yours truly! Love the technique and your quilt is a knockout!

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    This is great. I am making 2 baby quilts and this will be the perfect touch to give them some pizzaz :thumbup:

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    Thanks, I'm a NewBee and love read up on anything quilting! :thumbup:

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    Good Morning,
    This is so adorable!! Thanks for the info on how to make it. :)
    Debbie

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    Wow that is really cool....bookmarking this one for sure.

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    Cool, I had never seen this done. Now will have to dig up some scraps and make a sample so I don't forget how. Will never remember where your sample was, so make a block. Thanks for sharing this neat idea.

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    Really cute, thanks for the tute, man i'll never get all these projects done, keep finding more, you guys a awesome.

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    What a wonderful pattern! Great for a baby or small child quilt. Thanks for the very clear instructions. Have added them to my favorites folder.

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    I NEED to remember this! Thank you so much - your quilt is adorable

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    Thank you so much - I've been looking for a pattern for my GD the material she picked will really look great I'm going to try this I know she will love it.

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    Such a simple project and it makes such a beautiful quilt!!! Thanks, will try that out soon!

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    I am going to make one like that for my GGD. Your quilt is so pretty.

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    Bookmark! Super Cute!

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    GREAT IDEA! THANX!

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    I have a question. Do the quilts that are finished in 3D catch on things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mar32428
    I have a question. Do the quilts that are finished in 3D catch on things?
    Good question.

    Would probably depend on how it was used. Those I've seen made like this, and other 3-D quilts with animals on them, etc, were definitely used and displayed, but not really dragged around or left for bigger kids to jump on or animals to chew. But for what I'd call probably normal baby use, even as nap quilts and play mats, they've performed great.

    For the most part, these kinds of fancy quilts, even though they are not the most difficult to make, are still conversation pieces, and are used on baby beds; as floor play quilts for the baby; as buggy covers on special dress-up trips like church or visiting; or hung over a rocking chair; or even hung on the wall.

    Definitely gift quality.

    p.s. They go through the laundry great, too.

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