Between Quinn's Green Trip Around the World and the Drunkard's Path Turtles, I think I've pulled out most of the green fabric in my stash. It's all in one place...and having a big stack of one color makes it really easy to start a coordinated scrap quilt. While I was working on Priscilla, I started to wonder what it would look like without the white backgrounds around the pinwheels...
So this is Peter --
He's made up of 2 1/2" squares, sort of a postage stamp quilt with some pinwheels thrown in. Like Priscilla, he's assembled in twelve inch-blocks. I thought he'd go together the same way Priscilla did, but there turned out to be a much easier way to do it. I'll have the tutorial ready for you on Saturday.
This post is linked to to Finish it Up Friday, Can I get a Whoop Whoop?, Link a Finish Friday, and Freedom Fridays.
I really like this and it is such a great use of one color of scraps!
Peter is very handsome!
Wonderful green quilt. Peter is just in time for St Paddie's Day!
This is a very fine quilt!
Think I`ll better remember it!
What a perfect quilt for St. Patrick's Day! I love pinwheels and green, what a great quilt!!
Oh, I really like this! What a great way to perk up a postage stamp quilt!!! Whoop whoop!!
great pinwheels, looking forward to the tutorial for this one
I really like "Peter" a lot. Eliminating the white and replacing it with scraps and all in greens makes it look like a grassy field with little pinwheel flowers. This is my first time visiting your blog (through Finish it up Friday) and I can say I definitely like how you use color and scrapiness. I love your "romantic tangle" title as well.
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