I started with this:
Then used the Lil Twister tool found here,
and made these pinwheels. Easy peasy. Really kewl way to make pinwheels
There is some waste, but so worth the end result. I just love them!
You do end up with 2.5" squares shown at the bottom of the picture.
I bought the tool to use with 5" squares. I had a charm pack in my 1930's stash.
I want the one to use with 10" squares.
What is really neat is it makes its own border, too. How cool is that?!
I've had a busy, past couple of days in my sewing room.
I sewed all the nine patch squares for the "Off the Grid" quilt.
Cut the borders for Sidelines.
Then sewed them on today.
I love how this turned out.
Tomorrow I'll have a special treat to share with you.
My neighbor inherited a Sunbonnet Sue quilt that will make you swoon.
Wishing you peace and blessings today and always. Deborah