SAHRR Round Seven – Pining for a Pinwheel Block

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18 Responses

  1. Roseanne this is a colourful quilt and just makes me smile when I see it. I loved the creativity everyone has shown using their interpretation of each rounds specified blocks.

  2. plstockwell says:

    It’s been fun watching this unfold and how you go about doing it.

  3. Susan says:

    You and I both faced many placement decisions on those final two rounds. Your finish looks great!

  4. Sandra says:

    I love your quilt! I can just imagine you two picking off, moving around, putting back, all the pieces for the final borders. Looking forward to seeing it come alive with quilting.

  5. thedarlingdogwood says:

    love the pinwheels, and really, really love the partial log cabins in the corners! This is so fun, and I am loving the idea of multi-colored thread. Can’t wait to see it!

  6. chrisknits says:

    Love it, it is just so cheery!!

  7. quiltinggail says:

    Love the pinwheels on the side borders! It looks great! It’s such a lovely quilt!!! And, I still love how it’s rectangle! 🙂

  8. I love your quilt, so bright and cheery!


    This is an incredible finish, Roseanne. You and Sue have really pulled out all the stops. I love the pinwheels and the big log cabins in the the corners. Using the stars for the top and bottom borders and the pinwheels for the sides really kept this from becoming toooo big. Hope the quilting goes as well.

  10. That looks wonderful, Roseanne! I love your cheery rainbow colors combined with the white background. Looking forward to seeing this one all finished!

  11. Looks great! I think spacers were the right decision and I look forward to seeing your finish-finish!

  12. Betty Cruikshank says:

    So playful and delightful to look at.

  13. Vicki in MN says:

    Did you enjoy the process and would you make another RR? Are you keeping this one?

    • Steve Pyatte says:

      ABSOLUTELY! I loved that it stayed right here at home . . . and all the design decisions are ours, however we interpreted them. I don’t know if we’ll be allowed to keep it – Addison already has buried her face in the fabrics and it’s not even quilted yet! ~smile~ Roseanne

  14. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Love it!! The pinwheels balanced out the quilt so well! It is such a happy quilt and reminds me a bit of a how a prism or diamond reflects light, bright, darker, and lighter again! Beautiful job!

  15. Laura says:

    Delightful finish! 🙂

  16. Nancy Bekedam says:

    So colorful and fun!!!

  17. And just like that, we have finished quilts! I do like your finish, with all the happy colors and those cheerful borders. It’s been so fun – I can’t wait to see how the others use their pinwheel borders!

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