How to make an origami pinwheel quilt block
- 4 x 3¾ inches squares for the pinwheel
- 4 x 3¾ inches squares, for the background fabric
An origami pinwheel turned into a log cabin block
There’s still time for a Valentine’s Day project.
Choose one of the 7 projects I have made. They’re free. Different techniques to choose from: traditional patchwork, improv patchwork, embroidery, fabric manipulation, foundation piecing and reverse appliqué.
With this tutorial you can start learning or polish up three different skills: patchwork, embroidery and appliqué.
Make this pincushion with the hot water bottle heart cut out.
Learn reverse applique and improv patchwork technique with this easy tutorial.
The easiest block to start learning foundation piecing. This was my first try and a few more potholders down the track I’m doing a whole quilt using this patchwork technique.
Do you like fabric textures and fabric manipulation? This is an easy fabric manipulation to start with.
Make a potholder, a mini quilt or a lap quilt using this block and master foundation paper piecing while you’re at it.
This is a beginner quilt. Choose your favourite pink and grey fabrics and make this easy modern quilt. Equally beautiful in reds and blacks/greys.
Learn how to make this block in less than 2 minutes.
The finished block is 10 1/4 inch square.
Sew in rows and then the rows together.
You can make a whole quilt with one single block.