August 5th, 2010

Whirligig Tutorial

by Julie Hirt

Whether you call it a Whirligig, Whirlygig or Wonky Windmill – I think they’re pretty cool!

I came up with my own method because I didn’t like the idea of using templates for a straight line when I had a ruler and cutting board right in front of me.

I’ve had a few people ask how I did it so I decided to make this tutorial, so here you go!

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-updated 5/10/13

 

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6 Responses to “Whirligig Tutorial”

  1. I’m trying to get to your tutorial and keep getting a “404 Error – page not found” message. Could you please check the link? Thanks so much! I’m looking forward to making one of these.

  2. It’s fixed! Sorry about that.

  3. This is great! I have been dying to make one of these! I tried to come up with my own version, but hadn’t quite got it right. (I couldn’t see myself buying a pattern for it either…)

  4. Simply simple to make. Made one, love it. Thanks, Julie.

  5. Quick comment……MAKE SURE ALL YOUR FABRIC IS RIGHT SIDE UP WHEN CUTTING OR THE FINISHED SQUARES WILL TWIRL IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS!!!!!!!!!

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