TGIFF: The Disappearing Pinwheel Quilt!

Yay!  It’s DONE!

Last September I posted my progress on my Disappearing Pinwheel TWIST 5 quilt.   I finally hand stitched the last stitch on the binding on July 31st.  I can honestly say I loved this process, and am very proud of this quilt!


For the first time, I sent my quilt to be quilted by my friend, Janet, rather than doing the quilting myself.  She stitched a simple and airy meander stitch which complimented the quilt perfectly.  After squaring up the quilt, I attached the binding which was another first.  This time, I chose not to do the wrap-around binding  process I’ve done on all my other quilted projects.  After attaching the binding to the front of the quilt by machine (I was excited to use the binding tool Rob Appell denonstrates here), I hand stitched it to the back.  I’m so happy I did!  I love the clean look.


I think this quilt looks best when it’s worn by my beautiful partner-in-crime lol!


Have a wonderful weekend, and remember…be crafty, be creative!

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8 thoughts on “TGIFF: The Disappearing Pinwheel Quilt!

    • Thank you Zenia! If I measured it correctly, it’s 71 x 80. I have a larger quilt in progress however…that one will finish at 97 x 97! So comparatively, this one is much smaller lol!
      Have a great day!

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