I’ve always loved to sew a row quilts, especially those that combine different styles and techniques. My favourites combine rows of applique with rows of blocks. Right from the beginning, I wanted to do a pinwheel block, it’s one I really enjoy making. Around that time, I was reading blogs and someone had used a whirlwind block to make a mug rug. I thought that was the perfect block for my row as it went just a little further than the basic pinwheel. It was then that the name “Whirlwinds of Fire” was born. – Jane Galley
This is not a difficult block to do.
You can find full details of how to put together your “Whirlwinds of Fire” row in this PDF download.
(Pattern is provided free for your personal or non-commercial use and should not be used to make items to sell. Please encourage your friends to download their own copy from UKQU.co.uk, rather than copying or sharing the pattern. Teachers – if you wish to use any part of this pattern, please seek written permission first).