A favorite Kansas City Star newspaper quilt pattern from the 1930’s, Quilter’s Fan is perfect for learning hand-piecing or machine-piecing techniques as well as how to work with concave and convex seams. Discover the simple way to assemble 8” blocks with 16 blades that create traditional pinwheel centers. You can use light and dark fabric scraps, or even the feed sacks that were so popular in the 1930’s.
Basic sewing supplies
Sewing machine with ¼” foot
(Hand sewers need needles, threader and thimble)
Ruler 6” x 12”
28 mm rotary cutter with new blade
Cutting mat (If you have a rotating one, bring it)
Neutral colored thread
Sandpaper dots or Invisi-Grip from Omnigrid
Fabrics: Assortment of light and dark scraps of 100% Cotton fabric.
(charm squares have to be at least 6”in size)
Template: Quilter’s Fan acrylic template available for $14.95