Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Introducing Pinwheel Pivot!

 What's this? A new pattern?!

Pinwheel Pivot

It's true, there's a new pattern from PBJ! The first one since March.

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Pinwheel Pivot 2

You may recognize this pattern from earlier this year in All People Quilt magazine. Now reimagined with more sizes and choices!

Pinwheel Pivot 2

This big block quilt is great for the new quilter and beyond. It's fat quarter friendly and makes a great holiday (any holiday) quilt.

Pinwheel Pivot Quilt

This quilt is beautiful as a two color quilt, but I LOVE it using the All Hallows Eve fabric from Fig Tree and Co. I used a fat eighth bundle, using two fabrics for each block, and it's love.

Pinwheel Pivot Quilt

Did I say love? I think it may be adoration.

Pinwheel Pivot Quilt

As a quilter who doesn't like to have a lot of fabric laying around unused, I decided to use the rest of the All Hallows Eve fat eighth bundle to make a pieced backing. Check back tomorrow for the how to!

Pieced Backing Pinwheel Pivot Quilt

Find the fabric used for the Halloween version at The Fat Quarter Shop.

Lets see what the testers did with this pattern!

We will start with Melva's table topper. A striking piece to set in the center of any table.

 Beverly liked the look of the table topper so much she made two! It really is a quick sew and statement piece. I'm going to be making one for my daughter for her new place. As soon as marching band season is done. 😉

Fawn tested the table runner and I love how it shows that larger prints work well in this pattern as well.

Sherry also made the table runner and if you like batiks, this pattern works well with those, too!

How fun is this little quilt that Amber made? She wishes the grey was darker so it stood out more, but I think it's the perfect softness for that fun background print.

Sheila's gold quilt is the perfect accent quilt for this room! I love that gold.

Janice chose to swap light and dark and what a difference that makes in the quilt.

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I can't wait to see what you make!

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