This quilt is made from left-over blocks from the second set of blocks I ever made. That was back in 1997, before I knew about points and matching seams and squaring up blocks! I took the best of the lot and made the first quilt http://wp.me/p1RFMf-4s in 2011. These Double Pinwheel blocks were the left-over blocks. I could not bear to throw them out, so I added coping strips of yellow print and then squared them up to the same size.
Then I added a blue striped sashing and a yellow and blue sashing block for the corners. The border is a tiny blue shirting check. The quilt design, Anne’s Garden by Anne Bright, is quilted with a Superior light blue So Fine on top and Bottom Line in the bobbin.
Even though the blocks are not as accurate as my current quilting standards would want, I am still very pleased with this quilt and look on it fondly as a statement of where I was when I started quilting. Not perfect, but a great testimony as to how much I have learned since 1997 when I started quilting.
And it means another UFO done and one more quilt that goes into my wedding gift stash!