Hi my darlings! It’s great to come back here and find you all eager to learn another new pattern. We hope you are able to enjoy everything we share with you. If you are looking for a new quilt model, come with us to learn Pinwheel Pals. It is a very beautiful model and, using different prints, it is perfect in many environments. Sewing can seem a little intimidating if you’re new to it.
Always start with simpler models and keep practicing. Start making the cuts by the larger ones, so if something goes wrong, you can take the opportunity to cut the smaller pieces. Another very important tip is to make the markings on the wrong side of the fabric. If even after washing the markings don’t come off, they won’t show up on your bedspread.
You can wash the fabrics before you start cutting. Not everyone does this, but if the fabric shrinks or releases a lot of paint, the quilt doesn’t stain and doesn’t deform the design you made. As for the size of the quilt, because it is made in blocks, it is easy to change the sizes. For a larger quilt, increase the number of blocks, and for a smaller quilt, decrease the number.
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Make combinations with vibrant prints and colors, it will make the quilt even more cheerful. You can assemble the blocks before starting to sew, so you have an idea of how the combinations will look and only then start sewing. The complete Pinwheel Pals pattern is available at All People Quilt. There you have the step by step, measurements, pattern diagrams and fabric suggestions.
Tips and sewing ways described in the pattern can help you with other quilts as well. With a little practice and creativity, you’ll soon be creating your own quilts. We hope you like it and take the opportunity to expand your models. We’re here to know what you think too, let us know in the comments. Take advantage of the weekend to rest and practice some crafts. It’s time to quilt!