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Whirligig Tutorial (updated) | 627handworks
May 13th, 2013

Whirligig Tutorial (updated)

by Julie Hirt

I’ve been thinking about making another one of these so I pulled up my old tutorial.  It needed some updating.  The Whirligig (wonky windmill, whatever you want to call it) was the 2nd quilt I made.

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If you’ve never made one, they come together pretty quickly.  I’m think about using a combination of bright fabrics and low volume instead of prints and a solid.  We’ll see… I always have so much on my ‘want to do’ list!

 

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7 Comments to “Whirligig Tutorial (updated)”

  1. I know what you mean about the “want to do” list. Your low volume whirligig sounds fabulous!

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  3. That list just never ends does it! Sounds like a fun project. Will stop by and see what you’re up to. :)

  4. I feel you on the wish list! I have approximately 42 quilts on my list of things to do someday… Only question is where will I put all of them when I’m done?? 😀

  5. ooo brights and love volume would look awesome :) I think my “want to do” list is just as long, if not longer, than my WIP list!

    Hilary

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  7. Well, Julie, there is a reason you just found my comment. I have been looking for where I had gotten what I call the “Penny Lane” quilt tutorial. I was only up to block 10 and lost you somehow. Now, I have blocks 11 and 12 and can finish the quilt for my husband (the ultimate rock music fan). Thanks. And if I knew how I would show you the whirlygig quilt (not quite finished yet either). Thanks twice.

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