Monday Morning Quilting Quicky – Quick and Easy 3-Dimensional Pin Wheel

June 14, 2015

It’s time for another Monday Morning Quilting Quicky! We’ll have a new video and project every other Monday throughout the summer, so be sure to catch them all! 

Today, Marcia will show you how to make a Quick and Easy 3-Dimensional Pin Wheel – the perfect FAST project to bring a little summer inside. Using mostly pre-cuts and the Prairie Pointer, it could not be any easier or faster to create a table runner, wall-hanging, or even full size quilt, but it’s SO fun (and looks impressive)!

Plus, she’ll share her super secret PNQS button trick – don’t miss it!


To make this fun table runner, you’ll need: 

Prairie Pointer

A charm pack of your choice

Background Fabric of your choice, cut into 5.5″ squares

2.5″ strips for sashing and binding

Fabric Glue Pen (if you’re like Marcia and want to skip the pins!) 


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