Here it is everyone! I showed you my polka dot mini quilt on Monday and hoped to have the pattern ready by the end of the week and I made my deadline. Do you want to see the mini quilt again? I hope so, because I’m going to show it to you!

Twirling Star Paper Pieced Chestnut Street Fig Tree Fabrics

The blocks are big – they finish at 18″. That makes it easy to make a nice size quilt without a lot of blocks. I used prints from the Chestnut Street by Fig Tree line for my mini. I think they are such happy prints, and that polka dot binding is my absolute favorite.

Here is an image of a throw size done in the same fabrics. You might notice I switched the two fabrics in the center pinwheel. I like the way that changing them made it easier to see the pinwheel.

Twirl Me Throw Quilt PatternSee how the pinwheels in the center of the block appear to spin? Even the block has a circular motion to it, making the stars look like they are dancing across the quilt.

The pattern includes fabric cutting recommendations to speed up the piecing, as well as a fabric key to help with labeling your fabric selections.

How about a solid version?

Twirl Me PP Pattern

The pattern is so versatile. You could make one block and turn it into a cushion cover. Or make two or three for a table runner.

Here’s a table runner size using Ombre and Spectrum from V and Co. Wouldn’t this be great for Valentine’s Day or spring decorating?

Spectrum and Ombre by V and Co Table RunnerThere are so many fabrics to use – every version would look totally different. Don’t you think a scrappy version would be so fun to make?

The PDF pattern is available for download from my Craftsy and Etsy shops. I can’t wait to see the fabric combinations you come up with. 🙂

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