The pastel pin wheel fun continues this week with the latest Paper Piecing Block.
This quilt is going to scream ‘pin wheel’ by the time I have finished. I found some more fun patterns this weekend and I am excited to get some more blocks done so I can put up a wip photo for you.
This is one of the easier patterns taking only 32 pieces to complete. The blocks pattern was the “test” pattern for Don’t Call Me Betsy’s “Lucky Star Block” series I made this block before – it was part of my Paper Piecing Monday Boston Edition. One pattern, two very different blocks, which what I love about these patterns… lots of options.
I am now patiently awaiting the October block. I love getting a new pattern in my email every month, a fun little present for me to play with.
11 thoughts on “Pinwheel Paper Piecing Monday”
I love all of your paper piecing blocks! Not a bad one in the bunch! Such pretty color inspiration too. I love how different they look with the different colors too.
One of these months I’m going to dedicate myself to only paper piecing. This would make me happy 🙂 and I would be able to create beautiful things like you! 🙂 Love this color scheme! How many more blocks do you have for this quilt?
At the moment there are at least 8 more blocks including some great free patterns I have found. I will have you paper piecing next month…. Remember it is my turn for the Bee!
And I can’t wait !!!!
I <3the blues and purple you've used. I can see a whole quilt in that color scheme…got the gears churning. This is going to be a pretty quilt – can't wait to see it.
This would make an awesome clock! LOL! One of my groups on flickr is doing them soon…
I like the idea of a quilted clock though dusting it could be a pain.
I hadn’t though about that… You could always get a square frame with a glass? LOL! Time to go to the craft store… Or better yet, why dust?! 😉
I like the idea of the clock too! One of those things I say I will do and then don’t, lol. Great star anyway:)
I always love your blocks and you now have a great collection….loving it 🙂
This quilt is going to be amazing…can’t wait to see it completed 🙂