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Grandma’s Pinwheel Quilt

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Hello, Everybody!   It’s Jessica Dayon (@jessicadayon) here today sharing a quilt design with you with Cheeky by Urban Chiks!   I loved this line after I saw it and knew I wanted to do something unique with it.   The pinwheels whom I’ve written this quilt of give off a vintage vibe and actually look so pretty in this lineup.

Trimming the half square triangles in the pattern could be dull but if you split it down within a few days, it really goes by pretty quickly.   Also, I really like that this routine simply uses 3 charm packs out of the fabric lineup and a bit of border and you get a fairly big quilt out of it!

This quilt finishes in 80″ x 80″.

3 allure packs of Cheeky by Urban Chiks SKU 31140PP

1 jelly roll of Bella Solid White SKU 9900JR 98

1 lawn pink Border cloth utilized here SKU 31145-11

3/4 yard Binding fabric used here SKU 31146-12

5 yards backing used here SKU 31141-13


-trimmed 20 jelly roll strips into 3- 12.5″ x 2.5″ rectangles each; to yield 60- 12.5″ x 2.5″ rectangles

In the edge fabric,

-trimmed 8- 4.5″ x WOF strips

Take out 16 charm squares from the Cheeky charm packs, cut each one into 4- 2.5″ squares and put aside for later.

Collect the remaining Cheeky charms as well as the solids charms.   Match up one print allure square right side with a single strong charm square.

Sew all of the way around the square (with 1/4″ seam allowance).

Repeat for the rest 109 Cheeky charm squares.

Using your ruler and rotary cutter, line up the ruler on one diagonal and cut.

Do not go the square you just cut.   However, pick up your ruler and lay it along the other diagonal.   Now, cut this manner.

Press these (with the seam allowance going toward the print) and you’ll have 4 half square triangles (HST).

Each HST needs to be trimmed to 3″ square.   To trim, line the 45 degree line of the ruler along.   Make sure on the bottom and left edge of the ruler which you’ve got some cloth beyond the 3″ lines.   Shown below.

Use your rotary cutter to cut the surplus that’s beyond the ruler.

Now, turn the square 10 levels.   Line it up with the 45 degree line again but this time, the square should be lined up right at the Three ″ lines.   Shown below.

Repeat the following steps until you have 400- 3″ square HST.


Then You’ll make the pinwheels.   Collect 4 HST.   Lay them out as shown below.   Sew the top two together.   Press the seam allowances in opposite directions.   Sew the upper row and the bottom row collectively.

Repeat till you have 100 pinwheels.


Today We’ll construct the blocks.   Gather 4 pinwheels, 1- 2.5″ Cheeky square, and 4- 5.5″ x 2.5″ jelly roll bits.   Lay the block out as shown below.

Sew the top row together, the centre row together, and the base row collectively.   For the middle row, press the seam allowances out, toward the jelly roll strips.

Then sew the top row into the center row and bottom to the middle.

The cube will measure 12.5″ square, unfinished.   Repeat this procedure until you’ve got 25 blocks.


Gather the cubes you made, the remaining 2.5″ Cheeky squares, as well as the 12.5″ x 2.5″ jelly roll bits.   Sew the sashing rows and block pops as shown in the layout below.

Repeat 3 more times.   To add your border, sew a border piece to the right and left sides of the quilt top.   Then sew a border piece to the top and bottom of the quilt top.

Baste, quilt, and bind according to your own preferred procedures.

This quilt finishes in 80″ x 80″.

I hope you liked this tutorial and found it Simple to follow!   Please Allow Me to know if you have some questions.   I’d be Pleased to help!   Come on Instagram- @jessicadayon– in which I discuss my latest projects, designs, and comforter alongs.   Hope to speak to you there!

Jessica Dayon

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