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Cartwheels Quilt Pattern – And a Giveaway!

Ready to do some Cartwheels?
Cartwheels pattern

• Buy Cartwheels as a PDF pattern here •

• Buy Cartwheels as a hard-copy paper pattern here •

My Cartwheels Quilt Pattern is now available! You can purchase the pattern in my pattern shop or on Craftsy.

Some details on the pattern:
• It includes full instructions for making this quilt in three different sizes—Baby (46″ x 56″), Lap (60″ x 70″), and Twin (74″ x 90″)
This is a paper-piecing pattern. It includes a full-size paper-piecing template, with seam allowances included. Cutting instructions to make the paper-pieced blocks are also included.
• The pattern is 5 pages long with tons of detailed illustrations and diagrams.
Cartwheels quilt

This pattern is perfect for beginning paper-piecers. There aren’t any seams to line up when you piece the templated sections, which makes it super simple. All you have to do is sew on the line, and you’ll have a perfect quilt in no time! No, seriously! : )

And if you’ve never done paper-piecing before, I promise it’s easier than you think. There are lots of tutorials available online for learning how to paper-piece, but my favorite the one Faith of Fresh Lemons Quilts made for our Summer Sampler Series. Check it out right here!

Baby quilt in progress
Thanks for supporting my little pattern business, and if you pick up Cartwheels, I hope you enjoy making it!
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  1. Jodi - usairdoll
    Jodi - usairdoll says:

    WoW! Love your new pattern! Love your color choices as well. I'm a Beginner with a capitol B when he comes to paper piecing so I'm happy to hear it's beginner friendly.

    Thank you for an awesome and generous giveaway and a chance to win. Three winners! Woot! Woot! You Rock!


  2. Tsigeyusv
    Tsigeyusv says:

    You ever note how the pics of the finished quilts have a bit of a optical illusion. In the first photo the quilting appears to be normal and goes down into the quilt to make ditches, but in the second photo the quilting appears to raise up from the pieced fabric?
    Maybe I'm the only one, but I've seen this illusion several times and its weird. When I turn the image upside down, then I can finally see the quilting as it should appear.
    Regardless of the illusion, I'd love to win this patter. It's a true charmer.

  3. Erin Quinn
    Erin Quinn says:

    I wish i'd gotten in earlier, beacuse I ADORE this pattern. I've had it bookmarked for weeks as something I wanted to make, and now I could actually use a real pattern… swoon!

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