April 21, 2015

Twirling Star Pattern Available!

 The pattern for my Twirling Star mini quilt is now available in my Etsy and Payhip shops!
Twirling Star Mini Quilt Pattern | DevotedQuilter.blogspot.com

The mini quilt finishes at 19 1/2" x 19 1/2" and features both traditional piecing (the hourglass blocks) and paper piecing (the pinwheel blocks).
 
Kitty, who blogs at Night Quilter, tested this pattern for me and she did an awesome job with it! You can see her beautiful rainbow version of Twirling Star here. Thank you so much, Kitty!

The pattern includes a colouring page, so you can test out different fabric possibilities before actually cutting into fabric (thanks, Kitty, for the suggestion!).

Though the pattern is only for the mini quilt, it would be easy to make it into a larger quilt, just by making more blocks. A 2 x 2 setting would make a great baby quilt!

Visit my Etsy or Payhip shop to get your copy of the pattern. If you make a Twirling Star quilt, I'd love to see it! You can email pictures or blog post links to piecefullydevoted at gmail dot com, or tag me on Instagram (@devotedquilter).

Linking with Sew Cute Tuesday, Fabric Tuesday, Let's Bee Social,
NTT, 
TGIFF, Can I Get a Whoop Whoop and Finish it up Friday

11 comments:

  1. You are very welcome!! It was really fun to make this quilt with a modern aesthetic! It's such a versatile pattern. I will spread the word that it is now available, and I am hoping to quilt mine up soon! I'm excited to hang it in our entryway so that a rainbow of pinwheels greets any visitors!

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  2. Congratulations! It is fun to see the variations that fabric selection can make to a pattern, and I hope you get the joy of seeing many others use this pattern. :)

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  3. So cute! I like the quilting which combines feathers and loops.

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  4. Congratulations on the pattern release, Leanne! The Twirling Star is a stunning design. I love that it incorporates both traditional and paper piecing. Great job on your mini!

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  5. This looks like a lovely pattern, and a lovely mini in those colours. Thank you for linking up with Sew Cute Tuesday.

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  6. This looks really fun, I like mixed piecing projects :)

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  7. I had seen Kitty's version, which I love. Yours is great in solids with the quilting standing out so nicely! I like how you did a different FMQ pattern in each color. Congratulations on your pattern release and thank you for linking up with me for TGIFF!

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  8. This pattern is really neat, I love the added movement it has! And your quilt works with it really well!

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  9. Congratulations on the pattern release. This looks like a versatile pattern, which could look great in lots of different styles.

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  10. It's very cool! I saw Kitty's and love both versions!

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