How to make double pinwheels from squares

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It’s time for another post in the Triangle Boot Camp series. This week you’ll learn how to make double pinwheels from squares. That’s right, there’s no sewing on a stretch bias, not cutting triangles, just perfect piecing every time.

Using this method will give you two double pinwheels that are a mirror image of each other. If you’re working with a pattern that requires just one type of double pinwheels, then you’ll have an extra set for another quilt. But if you use the pattern I designed for this series, then you’ll be able to use all the double pinwheels.

Use the video tutorial to tackle that triangle quilt you’ve always wanted to make, or click here to download the pattern I designed especially for Triangle Boot Camp.

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Other Triangle Boot Camp videos:

How to make half square triangles from squares

How to make quarter square triangles from squares

Coming soon

How to make no-waste flying geese unites from squares

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