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  • nativetexan
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    Oh it becomes a churn dash pinwheel. love it!!

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  • GrammaBabs
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    Just LOVE a practical and quick to get a good result... Thanks Ediane! I'm not gone,,, just busy as a beaver quilting about a quilt a week and USING UP MY STASH)))) Hugs, GB

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  • jjkaiser
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    Boy aren't you smart for figuring this out!! Thanks for sharing your instructions. Now if I could just remember how to save this in my user notes!

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  • MaggieSue
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    What a great way to make this block!!! Thank you!!!

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  • MHG Winnower
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    Originally posted by KPH View Post
    Great idea, thanks for sharing it!
    Haven't made this block in ages and love it! Gonna give your suggestion a try.

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  • KPH
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    Great idea, thanks for sharing it!

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  • ediane
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    Different method of Disappearing Pinwheel.

    For the disappearing pinwheel first you have to make the pinwheels up and then you cut them into 9 parts. In watching the tutorial you are told to divide it equally. I decided I wanted to try something different so once the pinwheels were done I trimmed the down to 12". I did this by setting 6" on the center seam and trimming it back. Then I laid the pinwheel out and cut it into 9 pieces without having to ever turn the block or move it. My first cut was at 4". Moving to the right of the first cut by 4" I then cut the second cut but I did lay the 2" mark on the center seam. So now I had three 4" pieces. Then I laid the ruler crosswise and cut at 4" again. And then again at 4". The advantage of doing this for me was that every cut was on the right side of the ruler. And I never had to move the fabric. Here are some photos. DSCN5793.jpg

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