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A Year in Words Wall Hanging | How To Make a Pinwheel Block

Follow along with Jen as she shows you how to create the Pinwheel Block from the March A Year in Words Wall Hanging Series. In this video, you'll learn how to create a classic "Pinwheel" block using a couple different techniques that can be used in a variety of projects such as table runners or quilts!

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- Olfa 45mm Rotary Cutter

- Creative Grids 9" Seam Guide Tool

- Creative Grids 4½" Square Ruler

- Creative Grids 8½" x 24½" Ruler

- Creative Grids 6½" x 24½" Ruler

- Creative Grids 2½" x 24½" Ruler

- Creative Grids 4½" x 8½" Ruler

- Olfa Spinning Rotary Mat 12" x 12"

- Wafer Lightboxes

- The Gypsy Quilter Appli-Fuse Silicone Mats

- Schmetz Topstitch Needles

- Schmetz Super Nonstick Needles

- Clover Seam Ripper

- Clover Patchwork Pins

- Clover Wonder Pins & Clips

- Clover Point 2 Point Turner

- Clover Magnetic Pin Caddy

- Richard Hemming Embroidery Needles

- Kai Embroidery Scissors

- Panasonic 360° Freestyle Cordless Irons

- Wool Pressing Mat

- Craft Holders - 12"

- To Finish the Binding: Creative Grids Folded Corner Clipper Tool

- To Finish the Hanging Sleeve: Clover Press Perfect Hot Ruler

- Safely Chain Stitch: That Purple Thang

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