I absolutely adore the simplicity and clean, crisp lines of this modern throw quilt. It offers such a fun way to showcase your favorite assortment of prints, without using up a ton of yardage from each (each pinwheel requires just 1 fat quarter or 1/8 yd off the bolt, and you'll still have leftovers to play with). Whether you're brand new to foundation paper piecing, or a seasoned expert, you're sure to have fun putting your spin on this design in your favorite fabrics, to create a totally unique, fresh modern quilt. I pride myself in offering patterns with clear, concise instructions and diagrams, as well as helpful tutorial and resource links to help boost your paper piecing confidence. This pattern also includes full-size printable templates.
Amy Gibson launched her blog and quilt design shop in 2010 as an outlet for her folksy, whimsical patchwork passions. She's a mother of four, a former stage actress and fashion model booking agent, ...
Amy Gibson launched her blog and quilt design shop in 2010 as an outlet for her folksy, whimsical patchwork passions. She's a mother of four, a former stage actress and fashion model booking agent, and true stitch-a-holic.
Amy grew up in a creative, artistic 4-H family of musicians, bakers, and sewers, and can't remember a time when she wasn't creating art with her hands. At 12 years old, she stumbled into quilting via a local charity group, and it was truly love at first stitch.
Amy is the instructor of the 2012 Block of the Month quilting series right here on Craftsy, and her work has been featured by Fat Quarterly, Moda Bake Shop, Sew Mama Sew, Burda Style, Pink Castle Fabrics, Sew Lux Fabrics, and Money Saving Mom. She also teaches quilting at Fancy Tiger Crafts in Denver, and enjoys being an active part of her local chapter of the Modern Quilt Guild.