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The beauty of this pattern is - it is what you make of it. Start first by cutting around the squares - a little away from the solid black line - and put the papers together first. The 4 together will make 1 pinwheel. It looks like the creator used 1 solid background and maybe 4-5 prints...you can do that or whatever other combination you want. Then when putting them together they can be spun around and not uniform. That, I think, is the point of them being "wonky".
I agree with all the other comments below. How do you make this pattern?! Instructions would be very very useful - otherwise what a waste. Very disappointed with this.
Ditto to all below.
I totally agree with the other comments, I have never done paper piecing and never done a pinwheel. So some directions would behelpful to truly make it an easy pattern
Please provide some directions. The project may be fairly simple, but without basic directions it's almost useless.
I agree with the other comments. Yes, the pattern is free but there still should be some basic directions. I have several free patterns from Craftsy and they included directions.
I also would like some directions ....not sure how to put the pieces together...would appreciate some help.
I could use a bit of direction too. Are the four pieces one block, so you need four copies? In which case they are not different. I realise you only get what you pay for, but just a bit of help would be good.
I got the templates but I sure could use some words etc to go with them.......? Please?
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