Quiltmaker Bitty Blocks – “Pinwheels”

Throughout 2015 Quiltmaker editors have provided free mini quilt block patterns on their blog, Quilty Pleasures. I have blogged about several of these blocks knowing that some of my readers enjoy making 3″ and 4″ blocks. December’s block is a 3″ “Pinwheel.” Click here for the tutorial.


Click here to find links to instructions for all the mini blocks and to see Paula Stoddard’s fabulous row quilt. Quiltmaker editors want to know if you would like more mini quilt blocks, one per month, in 2016. If you are a fan of mini blocks, leave a comment on the Dec. 27 Quilty Pleasures blog.

If you have made some of the Bitty Blocks and would like to share a picture of your work in progress, email me at aby dot quilts at gmail dot com.

5 thoughts on “Quiltmaker Bitty Blocks – “Pinwheels”

  1. I’m a fan of the big pin wheels ! Love looking at all the hard work that goes into the bitty blocks pin wheels . 💛💚💙💜❤️
    Love all the colors

  2. I haven’t made the bitty blocks but I’m putting to row quilt on my to do list-or maybe make a mini quilt!
    I’d love to keep seeing bitty blocks.

  3. Aby, THANKS for the post about the Bitty blocks! I have been doing them each month, they are fun and so cute! Now that I see the quilt they made, I am wondering if they ever told us about the flying geese rows? I don’t see anything about them. I know how to make them, of course, there are so many ways to do them, but need to know what size they are to be? Do you know? Thanks for any help you can give. Carol

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