Thursday, 9 January 2014

Disappearing Pinwheels ...

who knew!  

so at the weekend, I had a little play

I spotted a new pattern from Missouri Star Quilt Company on You Tube

and I'm kind hooked on Jenny's great Tutes


I grabbed some left overs ... so I made one ..


and then there were 4!


and that Baby Jane layer Cake right there, 

I've got big plans for that little baby!

I made a couple of other tops too, but more on those another day eh?

especially as I am still busy 'making' that other thing!

16 comments:

Judith, Belfast said...

Oh I really like these! They would make great Bee Blessed blocks! How is the new baby? Jxo

Di said...

Nice blocks Trudi.
Di x

Carla said...

Cute pinwheel blocks. Enjoy your stitching!

Leila said...

Love that block! Thanks for sharing!

Createology said...

Your quilt block times 4 are delightful to view. Looks yummy like jelly beans. Stitching Bliss...

heart of charnwood said...

These are fab blocks, she is so clever, and I'll bet you really enjoyed a little sewing. How is the construction job going? :o)

Canadian Abroad said...

Stop sewing, keep building the big project. All those metal struts are now in I hope.

Flying Blind... said...

Have fun once the making is all bolted together xxx

Annabella said...

Do you ever stop? I want whatever you're having ;) Lovely blocks T!

QuiltSue said...

They are beautiful blocks aren't they?

If it's not a baby you were waiting for the delivery of, I reckon it was a new frame?

A little happy place said...

Really pretty blocks. I've just been catching up on your previous post too...there are some gorgeous quilts there in the making! Sarah xo

Sarah said...

I was thinking just what Judith said re Bee Blessed blocks. These are lovely! Look fwd to your layer cake plans.

Catherine said...

These are great blocks Trudi. I do like their tutorials

Katy Cameron said...

How's the set up of the new toy going? Are you going to be able to quilt all these soon?

desertskyquilts said...

I just watched that one and the one with the pieces turned the other way to make churn dash today. Great idea! Looks like they whip up fast, too.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

I saw that tutorial and it's on my "must-try" list!