Friday, June 27, 2014

Market Day Sew ~ Along / Part Ten

How about adding more of a good thing?  A few more Pinwheels.....Yay!

Remember, the cutting instructions for the smaller size blocks will be listed in red.

Cutting Instructions
From light print #4:
    *Cut (8) 2 3/8" ( 1 5/8") squares. 

From red print #2:
    *Cut (4) 2 3/8" ( 1 5/8") squares. 

From red print #3:
    *Cut (4) 2 3/8" ( 1 5/8") squares. 

Make more Pinwheels following the techniques previously described, using (8) 2 3/8" (1 5/8") light print #4 squares, (4) 2 3/8 (1 5/8") red print #2 squares, and (4) 2 3/8" (1 5/8") red print #3 squares.

You will have (2) light print #4 and red print #2 sets, and (2) light print #4 and red print #3 sets.  Blocks should measure 3 1/2" (2") unfinished.  

OMG!!!  I can hardly stand it.  Next Friday is the big REVEAL!!  Do you have any idea of what it will look like??  I hope I'll be surprising you!  

Wednesday, I traveled to up state New York for a visit to the Patchwork Garden Quilt Shop.  Lynne Hagmeier (of Kansas Troubles Quilters) are there together teaching four sold out classes. I'll post about the shop and the classes when I return home, but I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that we have a great workshop coming up!!  

There's still time to sign up for the next 

Great Girlfriend Get~Away to

Mackinaw City, MI

coming September 8th!!  

There are still a few spots open waiting just for you.  Consider traveling with your friends for a memorable week of great sewing projects, good food, laughter, and loads of fun.

Click here for all the details.


  1. I have got to get cracking. I do not want the big reveal to happen and I haven't yet started!!

  2. Fun pinwheels in pretty CW reds when I get back to my trusty sewing machine.

  3. I'm all caught up and eagerly anticipating the "big reveal."

  4. Yes, I am also so ready for the big reveal. My pinwheels don't look as neat as some of yours do, but I tried my best. lol. 'Got my photo posted to the Flickr group. The Great Girlfriend Getaway sure sounds like fun :)

  5. I'm ready! Or I will be once I've bought some spring water for my new iron. ;)

    I've posted all of the blocks on my blog. I can't wait to see what we're going to do with them. :)