Here’s a look back at a quilt I made six years ago. At the time I had two Lil’ Twister templates (by CS Designs) that make interlocking pinwheels. The larger template made pinwheels much bigger than I wanted so I figured out how to mark a 6½” square ruler to make my own template. Some time later I discovered a template that size was actually available.
The smaller template made 3″ blocks, creating a perfect little shelf for my heart to sit on. I used several Paris-themed fabrics, which helped me choose a name for the quilt.
My initial post about I Love Paris can be found here.
A tutorial to make the quilt shown can be found here.
I hope you have a lovely Valentine’s Day. If the hints I dropped are successful, my valentine will give me a (small) box of chocolate covered caramels. They go very well with champagne.
Happy Valentine’s, Dawn!! I love your “I Love Paris”!!! I’ve only made a small tablerunner and wall hanging with the twister tool! Good for you for making a big quilt!!! It’s a beauty!!!
Lovely design with pinwheels! Have a happy Valentine’s Day. Thanks for sharing the last few days with our Crook County Quilt Guild and giving a wonderful class!!
You and your guildmates are the best, Patricia!! I had a great time. And thanks so much for hosting me!
Love having holiday quilts! Valentine’s Day is also Oregon’s birthday. Do you have an Oregon quilt.
Hope you get caramels and champagne. Hugs to you and your Valentine.
How fun is that?! I have wanted to make one of those, but as usual…so many wants, so little time.