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

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    Super Member oatw13's Avatar
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    Wow! Pretty neat!

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    It's beautiful and looks pretty easy. Pinwheel is my favorite block. :D

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    The 4 patch measured 9 1/2" and the new patch is 7 1/4"

    As for the moving of blocks the only blocks that change is the long strips not the half square triangles. It is a little confusing but once you get the hang of it it is amazing.

    I just made this up last night i will post a picture once i make the quilt!!

    Thank you all for your kinds words! Jade

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    Thanks for the great tute. I've been looking for a new block to try.
    Can you tell me what the blocks measured at the beginning and end?

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    This is awsome :!: :!: We can make this and people think we spent HOURS CUTTING.[ we just grin- he hehehehehe]

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    WOW! Now that is fun, sewing, cutting, sewing, cutting, sewing, cutting again & then sewing. Love it!

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    What a great tute!... Thanks a lot..

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    Thank you for sharing your inspiration with us and putting into a tutorial :D:D:D

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    Thank you so much this is a awesome Tute and pattern
    Just love it I got it book marked for sure :D :D :thumbup:

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    Brilliant! Thanks for sharing very clear instructions. I love doing D4p and D9p variations they always look so complicated but go together so quickly! Must get off here now and start cutting and sewing!!

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    Here is an update I only have 4 blocks done my back has been really bad this week and I can only sit for about an hour. Some have wanted to know what a whole quilt looks like this is just an example of 4 blocks I have to say I love how it looks and cannot wait to get the remaining 38 done!!! I love the colors they are warm and inviting. I want to use the solid red as a border and maybe the cream with a pattern I have yet to decide need to see the whole thing done. This will be going to my neighbor she is the sweetest women she doesn't quilt and has 3 boys she works her butt off and I want to do something for her she is so supportive of our family! It seems everytime I find material to make a "ME" quilt it goes to someone I care about!! Looking at it I might add the fabric that has a border type print in the dark tan and red. OHHH getting too many ideas and not enough fabric LOL!!

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    Wow, I see multiple patterns developing. Will Bookmark this for sure. Thanks for the great tute and for sharing this with us.

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    Nice variation.I am about to make an X - block quilt, so should get the same sort of surprise with easy sewing.

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    Stunning! Thanks for sharing ... the pics are grea!!

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    Great instructions!! Love your choice of colors.

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    Too neat - I love it. It looks complicated but it's not. Good job.

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    Love the fabric and the tute - from the avatar I can't wait to see the whole quilt - How interesting - thanks

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    ...and a new block is born! thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for your time in writing this....I will be making some like this...neat idea.
    Beth

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    Very pretty!!

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    All I can say is WOW!

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    How creative! Great tute too. Another bookmark for me. Thanks.

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    Question???

    For those of us that don't do charms, and I think I know the answer, but then have been fooled before. What size is a charm square? 5" would be my guess. Love your block, and it looked fairly easy to make or at least you made it seem so. Great job..

    Rita

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    could you please tell me what dp3 or dp4 means,, I`m VERY new to quilting and teaching myself, your tutorial is great! very easy to follow with great pictures. Please do more Thanks roise

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Jade I love it!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!
    Bookmarking it :D
    Could someone explain how to "bookmark" it, please.

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    I love it... here is what it would look like as 4x4
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