Dancing in the Wind (#101)

When I first saw this block several years ago, I loved that it was an inset pinwheel set on point. As I started sketching the layout, I created more movement by putting contrasting pinwheels in each intersection. Although the pinwheels in the blocks and the pinwheels in the sashing are actually identical, they appear to be moving in opposite directions. I love the beauty of the bright fabric against the white background.

Since it measures a small twin size (64″ x 88″), this is the perfect quilt for a bed, but is also still small enough to take on a picnic.

One thought on “Dancing in the Wind (#101)

  1. Hi April
    I’m a newbie writing to you. I love a lot of Your patterns, fabrics and designs. But I would like Paper Patterns. I Have a Printer that is 20 yrs. Old, I don’t know what that means in printer life.😀
    I tend not to do a pattern I’ve downloaded and printed off. They’ll get mixed up with other papers, and swoosh into the garbage can they go.
    Anyway do You Have a Paper Pattern of “ Dancing on the Wind”?
    Thanks for Your Time and Creativity

    Pamela Emery

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