Free Patterns

As I find patterns that I like, I will post them here. These patterns are my own creation, but you have my permission to use them.

One Pinwheel Railfence

Here’s a link to the PDF for this block. It includes a diagram of the block and measurements for rotary cutting.

The block is 8″ x 8″ and can be easily converted to other sizes.

I’ve had many requests for the full pattern for this quilt. You can download a PDF right here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Two Pinwheel Railfence

Here’s a link to the PDF for this block. It includes a diagram of the block and measurements for rotary cutting. The block is 8″ x 8″ and can be easily converted to other sizes.

This block differs in that it has a pinwheel in two corners of the railfence, rather than just one.

I like this version better, but I would eliminate the partial pinwheels along the edges by making some of the blocks without the second half-square triangle (HST). You would need to pay careful attention to the color placement if you chose to do this. If you were making a scrappy version that would not be an issue.

I have another idea that would go with leaving the half pinwheels in, but I’ll blog about that more later.

Enjoy

8 thoughts on “Free Patterns

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  2. Love these patterns. The rail fence pieces (if done in the same pattern/color) look like a woven basket. Thank you for the PDFs. Yolanda Wood River

  3. hi! it’s mousie from QH and I love your designs. That little pinwheel should add just a bit of pizazz for a toddler quilt. thanks for sharing :)

  4. I would very much like this pattern and I am wondering if I could buy it or get is in a printabke email. My computer is not ketting me down load it.
    Thank you
    I realy love this pattern

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