Hello Friends, I hope you are well. We are experiencing near 70-degrees, and we cannot be happier…. except we are supposed to plunge back into the cold again!
I was looking for a few pictures in my archive today, and came across this gem of a picture from summer 2013 when Miss Baby was 4! Many of you have seen this one, but probably my new followers haven’t… She was supposed to be painting, but NOT her hands, hahaha. I should have gone and checked on her when I thought she was being suspiciously quiet… but at the time, I thought I would just get one more thing done before I did that.
I am getting ready to start piecing another quilt top, which involves pinwheels!!! So, I was curious just how many pinwheel quilts I have made/designed over the years. Be sure to scroll down to very end of post for a little historical snippet on the pinwheel block, as well as my tip for “almost always” perfect pinwheels. :)
These are some of my early pinwheel quilts:
Joseph Pinwheels (Fons and Porter, 2011)
Summertime (Fons and Porter, 2011)
Starry Pursuit (Fons and Porter, 2011)
Holiday Spinners (The Quilter, Holiday 2010)
Spring Song (Spring Market 2010)
Pieceful Garden (The Quilter, 2008; UK’s Popular Patchwork, 2010)
China Blue (QUILT, 2012)
Forest Floor (2013)
Rooster Royale (2013)
Princess Aiko (2013)
To Eternity and Beyond (2013)
And the following are the more recent ones:
Flutter B’s (2015)
Garden View (The Quilter, 2014)
Pinwheel Parade (Fons and Porter, 2016)
Winter Wind (McCall’s Quilting, 2016)
Wind Chimes (2016):
Bleecker Street (2016):
And these are my upcoming pinwheel quilts:
And now a little fun historical fact:
According to this link, the pinwheel quilt pattern was developed around 1795.
I shared about my tip on perfect pinwheels (at least where the points mostly meet) here.
And that’s it for today! I want to know if any of you out there love/use pinwheels as much as I do?! :) Thanks for stopping by. I will catch up with you before the weekend.