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Thursday, January 30, 2014


A-1 Pinwheel Gone Awry

I printed the foundation pattern from the Dear Jane program, but mine is reversed.  I guess I was suppose to print out the mirror image.  I'm sticking with this version.

10 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I'm surprising myself. I did another DJ...giggle.

Jennifer Schifano Thomas said...

I would stick with it, too! It looks great. I like your fabric, so romantic. Have a super day!

LynCC said...

I would too! It's pretty

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Thanks Jennifer and Lynette for the comments. I thought these used to come to me in my email, but not this time. Have a great weekend!

A Nudge said...

It's a great block, Billie.

Jane's Addicted. said...

Nice job - pretty!

Jessica Hadden said...

I like your version! Maybe the pattern people have it all wrong!

Susan In Texas said...

I made A-1 mirrored "wrong" the first time I made it (in my abandoned attempt). I honestly don't think it makes a lick of difference. I had to go back and look at the one I just did to verify it went the other way! lol I only made it a few days ago and I already couldn't remember. By the way, your big X applique (I forget the name) is AWESOME!!! I love how you fussy cut it - terrific job. I made that one once before too, and I'm NOT looking forward to doing it again!

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog; I really enjoyed looking at all your blocks.

Take care,
Susan in Texas

Susan In Texas said...

Hi Billie, I love your choice of fabrics for A-1 and I really don't think it matters which way the pinwheel blows. lol

Thanks for your kind words about my row A blocks. Now that I'm stuck on A-10 I need all the encouragement I can get!

Take care,
Susan in Texas

Pam Davies said...

That makes me feel much better I just finished this one (my first :-)) and it was in reverse as well, but I decided that it didn't really matter.