Three Awesome Pinwheel Block Tutorials

I recently met (online, via her blog) Sandi of Piecemeal Quilts. She and her friend Jeanne have challenged each other to post some really useful tutorials on basic blocks in quilt making. They are starting with a Pinwheel Block and I have to say, it’s one of the best tutes I’ve seen on the internet.

What I like the absolute most is, they use different methods to attain the same block! Now that’s quilting! There are so many ways to do things in quilting. None are “the right way” or the “only way” and there’s only ONE best wayYOUR way – – the way that works best for you. 🙂

Kudos for them!

If you’d rather watch it in video, Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Company does a super job of showing yet another way here:

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  1. Judy says:

    Fast, simple, easy. What a fantastic triple play! and the tute truly is well done. Thanks for sharing Marguerita.

  2. Sharon Harris says:

    Hello, So what would the conversion sizes be? I need to end up with a 6″ block. I am cutting 3″ squares… If I cut my “face-to-face square” into 4 pieces, with the X in the middle, then that would end up with a different size, right? What size squares would I need to cut to end up with the right size when I am done with the pinwheel quarters? Thanks ~~ Sharon Harris