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

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    great tutorial, I am just going to have to look at it a few more times......want to try it. Cool idea!

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    Aren't you just the clever one. I absolutely love this block and your tute is awesome. Great job!!!!! I am bookmarking this for a future quilt. I just got a boat load of charm packs from Missouri Star Quilt Co. Thanks for sharing.

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    Neat idea!

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    Thanks for instructions on how to bookmark. I just did it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    See how pretty this looks!!! Like you worked hours on it!!!
    WOW! can't wait to get started. picking out fabrics today, Thanks for sharing.

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    How nice of you to take the time to share with all of us.

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    The final size of the block ended up at 7 1/4 square using a 1/4" seem. Mine seems seemed a little big but worked anyways.

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    I made a square using 5" charms and then made a square using 7" squares. They both turned out so pretty and so easy. Everyone is going to think I work really hard on them. Thank you so much. I'm calling the square "pinwheel 4 patch". Is that ok with you? Bobbie

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    Great new block! I've bookmarked it, too.

    I was going to try the Striped Card Trick for my first quilt with my new Accuquilt Go cutter. Just changed my mind! This will be MUCH FASTER! And it looks so complicated, but only WE know it isn't as complicated as it looks! I'll make my own 6" charm squares with the GO.

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    Looks great Grannysewer! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by needles3thread
    Thanks for instructions on how to bookmark. I just did it
    Can you pass on the instructions on how to bookmark, please. I really could use the help. Thanks.

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    For bookmarking - look at the left hand side of the page above the word Author - there is the tab to click on book mark. It will open a blank box where you can then right the description of what it is you want to bookmark. Then click done. When you want to reopen later, go to the very top of the page and click on my bookmarks. Hope this helped.

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    You are so clever! I just got a couple of packs of 5 inch squares and wanted a quick idea for them and this is just what I needed to see.

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    Thank you! It was very easy to follow!

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    Thanks, Jade - that was really neat... can't wait to try it!

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    GREAT TUTE........ LOVE THE WAY YOU USED THE TWO BLOCKS TO MAKE ONE. THANKS

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    I love this! You are very creative. I'll be trying this. Thank you for the tute!

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    That is so neat. I'll have to try it. You have just invented a new block, did you name it other than D4P?

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    That is so neat. I'll have to try it. You have just invented a new block, did you name it other than D4P?

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    This is an awesome project. Can't wait to try it out. Love the colors that you are using.

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    Thanks for a great tute.

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    Very nice! I spotted your avatar on another post, and was wondering about it. Thanks for posting!

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    :shock: Sweet it's magic!! I love it. you are a genius!!
    I am going to have to try it. thanks!
    Karen

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    I love your block and am in the process of trying it out! Did you press the seams open rather than the traditional "to the dark side"? I did my fist block traditionally but wonder if the center would lay flatter if I pressed the seams open. Thanks for the block tutorial and the help.

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    I love this block too. Has anyone figured out what size squares to start with to have a 12 1/2" unfinished block?

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