I was so intrigued when I saw this quilt, I spent the last two days piecing my version of it called 'Puzzle Time.' When my daughter saw it, she said it looked like a puzzle to her. Putting puzzles together is a favorite pasttime for both of us.
It was made with the Primitive Pinwheels tool by Primitive Gatherings.
I drafted and added the border design.
This is what the construction process looks like.
The tool was inspired by the Lil' Twister tool designed by Marsha Bergren, owner of the Country Schoolhouse Quilt Shop in Superior, Wisconsin. There are 2 sizes for use with 5" charms or 10" layer cakes. I have so much fabric that I think I may purchase one of the tools to make a larger quilt. It uses up a lot of fabric and was fun to make.