Monday, August 17, 2015

Design Wall Monday - Twister


My husband left on a business trip Sunday morning so I had a very quiet house. Naturally that made it an ideal afternoon to play in my sewing room.  I cut into some Minnesota Shop Hop fat quarters and this is what I ended up working on.


It's amazing to me that a simple grid of charm squares plus a Twister ruler ends up with these cool pinwheels.  So here is the grid before using the ruler. . .


Once I had the pinwheel section done I kept fussing with the fat quarters I still had left.  I added a narrow red piping with the same red in the center pinwheel.  And this is the result. Too bad I didn't buy any yardage of the black and white print in the border with the loons and pine trees.  It is really a pretty print.  Now I need to decide if this will become a pillow (about 22" square) or maybe a wallhanging. And I've used up most of 4 fat quarters - Yay!


I'm linking up to Design Wall Monday on Patchwork Times.

4 comments:

  1. I love the black and white with the pops of red!

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  2. Sara, what a great little quilt! The tree and loon fabric is wonderful. I, too, love the pops of red. Beautiful!

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  3. Great job! Black and red always look great together.

    I've never used the Twister ruler, but I do like the end result.

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  4. Love the red with the black, white, and gray!

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