Make More Blocks for a Larger Project!
Four complex-looking pinwheel blocks come together for an eye-catching wall or table quilt. The blocks are much easier to make than they look. Folded fabric creates the intricate and appealing design.
Each block starts with 5″ charm squares. Cut your own or work with pre-cut packs for interesting results.
Once you understand how the block is made, it won’t be hard to make more for a larger project. It will also be fun to play with color and value placement, creating your own designs.
Quilt by Deb Stano.
The finished block size is not specified by the designer, The Jaded Spade. It appears to be about 10″ square. The completed wall quilt is 25″ square with the optional borders.
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