Fabric Selection is Easy for This Cheerful Quilt

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It’s Easy Enough for Beginners, Too!

Pinwheels spin against a pretty background in this lovely quilt. The easy piecing makes it a fairly quick project, even for beginning quilters.

Select colors for a lap quilt or for a toddler. Fabric selection is easy for this project. Choose two colors that work well together, a print that contains both and a contrasting color for the pinwheels.

Flowing in the Breeze Quilt Pattern

Four-patches and flying geese units are the most difficult parts of making this quilt. Both are simple to do, making the quilt a breeze to complete.

Flowing in the Breeze Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, from Bea Lee, is 40″ x 48. It will be easy to add more blocks for a larger quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Flowing in the Breeze” quilt pattern.




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