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Spinning Pinwheels Pattern
 42" x 52"
Fabric
Background: 1 3/4 yards
Black print:  3/4 yard
Black:  3/4 yard
Green: 1 yard
Stripe: 1/2 yard
Backing: 1 3/4 yard
 







Twirling Swirling Dance  Pattern 
48" x 48"





Twirling Swirling Dance

Material
Cream   ¾ yard
Navy      2 1/4  yards
Print      ¾ yard  

Cutting
Cream:
                2) 1 ½” x wof
                6) 2 ½” x wof
Navy:
                1) 1 ½” x wof
                6) 2 ½” x wof
                2) 3 ½” x wof
                1) 21 1/8” x wof; subcut into 1) 21 1/8” square, cut twice diagonal. From remaining strip cut 1)14 ½” square
                1) 14 ½” x wof; subcut into 3) 14 ½” squares.
Print:
                1) 1 ½” x wof
                8) 2 ½” x wof

Directions

If you have any questions feel free to email me at tbcline7@gmail.com

36 comments:

  1. Thank you thank you thank you!!! This pattern is amazing and I can't wait to start on it.

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  2. Thank you very much! It is a beautiful quilt and cannot wait to try it!
    Pam in Midland MI

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  3. Thank you!!!!!!! This is stunning!!!!

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  4. Thank You for sharing you beautiful pattern!

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  5. Thank you, Barbara! I hope I can make this one sometime.

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  6. His is one of the most unique quilts I've ever seen! I love it!! mmmmmm ... I see one in my future.

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  7. Thank You so much for the pattern, it is beautiful. What is the finished size?

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  8. Barbara, Thank you so much. I have made something similar to this pattern, but nothing as extravagant. looking forward to putting this on my summer list. Please put me on your blog list! debhartwig@ yahoo.

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  9. Enter you email in the side of my blog where it says, "follow my email".

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  10. Thank you Barbara for this lovely pattern. God Bless

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  11. Thank You Barbara, another fantastic pattern!!!

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  12. Love this quilt ... now to find the time to work on it!

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  13. I really appreciate your kindness in doing this!

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  14. I really appreciate your kindness in doing this!

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  15. Thank you so much! Can't wait to start working on it.

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  16. Thank you for this very beautiful pattern.
    Warm hugs,
    Ruthie

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  17. Thank you for a super pattern.

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  18. Thank you for the star pattern, I cannot wait to make it!

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  19. Can you tell me how you quilted it?

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  20. This is very pretty. I absolutely love the quilting.

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  21. Wow!
    THANK YOU!!!
    This is gorgeous!!!

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  22. Wow!
    THANK YOU!!!
    This is gorgeous!!!

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  23. This is amazing
    will try it
    Thanks
    Jennifer

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  24. I am trying to make this quilt pattern and having trouble getting the star to match up. I have cut the fabric made the strip sets, cut them on 45 angle, sewed them together and the only way they will match up with design is if I turn one completely wrong side out. What did I do wrong. I am very frustrated. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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    1. So sorry I did not see this until now. Could you email me a picture of what you have. tbcline7@gmail.com Barbara

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  25. seen to be having issues with the web site if you cold tell me how to down load the pattern for" Star Table Runner" advertised as free also where to for the books #! Simply Stars, #2 Star Spangled Quilts"
    I would appreciate your assistance Thank you Vicki at VLBelongie@msn.com

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    1. You have to copy and past the pattern into a document then print it.

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  26. This quilt is awesome. The quilting was brilliant. May I inquire just how that was accomplished?

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    1. I drew them by sight. I made 8 arches and then went half way between each arch. And then repeated half way between them

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  27. I drew them by sight. I made 8 arches and then went half way between each arch. And then repeated half way between them.

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