12 Weeks of Christmas Ornaments Challenge 2021 Week 10: The Prairie Point Pinwheel Pattern
Wow you guys. It's Week #10. We only have two weeks after this one!
This week we're doing the Prairie Point Pinwheel Pattern.
And guess what? This one has a FREEBIE video tutorial.
(We do also have an amazing full-length ebook, too, which you can buy HERE if you wish.)
This has been one of my favorite patterns to make since we first released it back in 2020, which is actually kind of funny, because when we first started planning this design, I didn't think I'd like it all that much.
Then I made one, and I was hooked. Now it's become a go-to pattern, especially for fabrics with larger prints, or when I want to incorporate LOTS of different fabric into a single ornament.
So if you've thought the same thing about this one, then I challenge you to give it a try... it's FAST and so, so easy, and I bet you'll end up addicted to making them, just like me.
(Plus, practically every fabric looks cute on these! Not kidding! I can't even look at fabric anymore without thinking about how perfect it'd be for a PPP!)
Your challenge is.... to make your own Prairie Point Pinwheel Ornament using your 3 chosen fabrics.
Remember, if you don't know how to make the PPP Pattern, you can see the FREE video tutorial HERE (or you can buy the full-length eBook HERE.)
Then, show me what you've got by posting it on Instagram using the hashtag #OrnamentGirlsChallenge so we can all see it!
(And, if you're an Ornament Girls Club Member, please post it in our private FB group!)
I'll see ya in a week, with Challenge Pattern #11.
p.s. If you bought your foam ahead of time based on the Supply List I gave you, this week uses the Soft Foam Disc.
p.p.s. Here are the OG Team's Prairie Point Pinwheels:
I have the Sunflower Prairie Point Pinwheel. Is it the same base with out the additional layers?
Hi Carol, yes, you’re correct. We also have the free video tutorial for it that you’re welcome to watch. Thanks and have a great day!
This is also one of my favorite patterns.
So glad to hear that, Ginny!