Make a Pinwheel Quilt with Turnovers – Turnover Week

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Hi, I’m Ann Sutton, and I love the Missouri Star Quilt Company!

Hi, it’s Jenny, from Missouri Star Quilt Company. It’s Turnover Time, and we have some special projects for you!
The first one will be a pinwheel. You take a triangle from the Turnover pack, you can couple it with another triangle or you can couple it with a piece of muslin. They’re 6” so you’ll use a 6” square. As you build your pinwheel, it just comes together so easy and quick! We’ve done this quilt right here out of the Swanky brand. And we used two packs of Turnovers on this. We just coupled the two colors together and stacked them right together. It’s an awesome looking quilt! Enjoy your week at Turnover Time at the Missouri Star Quilt Company!

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  • Dianna Trembly

    In watching the tutorial, I see that the points come all the way to the end of the fabric.  How are you getting the 1/4″ seam to put the blocks together?
    I, too, just discovered the Missouri Star Quilt Company, and sent the site to our entire guild!  It is wonderful, and so many great tutorials.  Thanks so much for the fantastic information!

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on Jun 1 @ 4:11am (UTC):

      It just works! Try it.
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

      (888) 571-1122
      http://www.MissouriQuiltCo.com

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  • I’m trying to find the turnover fabrics on your site but I have been unable to do so.  Could you point me in the right direction please.  I’m looking for these or similars with pinks for a baby quilt.  Thank you! 

  • Vicki

    I need to find the Five and Dime