Have you ever purchased kits or fabric thinking that ‘I can do that next week’ and 3 years or more have gone by! I do it more than I should. This project is one of those. I am finding that it is much easier to start smaller projects and then actually finish them. I started this one in October, took a break for a trip to Kosovo, and finished it when I got back.
I usually don’t buy kits very often, because I really like going through the process of searching and picking out fabric. But sometimes you just see the kit and its perfect, why would I want to change it! This pattern looks difficult but it really wasn’t.
Twister Harvest is a pattern by Need’l Love. It is basically cutting squares and borders and sewing them together. When that’s done, the pinwheel tool is used to cut squares, rotate them and then sew it back together. It was really fun to see the pattern of the wreath come out.
The little details, the pieced edging and the raffia bow all combine to make the perfect Fall wall hanging. I just love it!