Thursday, September 27, 2012

My UFO Peppermint Pinwheel Quilt is done

While organizing my sewing room yesterday I found my Peppermint Pinwheel quilt sitting on the shelf just waiting to have the binding done.   Merumo  shared this pattern with me back last January.  I used Jo's Variety fabric.  This quilt measures 35" x 35" and is a table topper for Christmas.


        Not only did I make the table topper I also made a small little quilt to put in my wagon I display in my home with my Santa & Snowmen dolls and I even made a mug rug.  I guess you could say I went Pinwheel crazy that month !

11 comments:

  1. Pinwheels send a message of happiness! Yours are lovely... perfect for the upcoming Christmas holidays!

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  2. I think I made a few too! Just think, Christmas is around the corner, so good thing that binding is done!

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  3. Your quilt does remind me of peppermint candies (I actually don't care to eat that type candy). A nice use of red. I like the fabric used for the backing.

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  4. Love the backing fabric too, I also like how the quilting makes the pinwheels seem to move as well.

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  5. What a cute little arrangement!

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  6. All your pinwheel craziness paid off in some really nice Christmas quilties. It must feel good to actually have a few Christmas projects finished in time for the holidays. I usually finish mine around New Year and boy is that disappointing to finish, but not be able to use them for a whole year. Also, the fabrics you used are great and do make the wheels look like they are swirling in the wind.

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  7. Such beautiful Pinwheel quilts! What a darling little mug rug too. These will look so lovely displayed at Christmas - although I think they are pretty enough to leave out all year.

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  8. You did go pinwheel crazy but in a very good way. Those are adorable.

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  9. These look fabulous. Love that backing fabric too!

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  10. Lovely pinwheels! I made a smaller version in February. Love your Jo prints in this.
    You have a great knack for making quilts. I just found you from another blog :)

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