Take batik scraps to piece small and large pinwheel quilt blocks, and add strip sets to make this cute throw-sized quilt in a riot of colors. Our Sew Easy instructions walk you through the paper foundation piecing. It’s a great way to use up your batik scraps without much waste. If you aren’t a fan of using batiks in your quilts, you could easily change the whole aesthetic of this quilt – just by changing up your fabric choices! Make this quilt in a monochromatic palette for a soothing throw quilt or use neon colors to give as a gift to the special teen in your life. Dig deep into your fabric stash and find the perfect fabric for this quilt – we promise you this is a quilt you won’t be sorry you made!
About This Quilt
Finished Blocks: 20 (12″) pinwheel quilt blocks
Designed by: Christina McCourt
Recommended Tools: Paper for Foundation Piecing, Fons & Porter Rotary Cutter, Olfa 12″ Spinning Cutting Mat, and Fons & Porter Basic Cutting Ruler
In this Sew Easy tutorial, Fons & Porter sewing specialist Colleen shows you how to do foundation paper piecing. This piecing method is used when creating complex or very small quilt block designs. Paper piecing quilt patterns make it possible to make enticing and eye-catching quilt designs that will wow your guests.