I read it cover to cover the first weekend then set it aside because of the long list of quilts-to-make-for-family-and-friends. Sorting fabrics from a previous quilt, I discovered a small pile of delightfully wild things that seemed to go together. That reminded me of Cultural Fusion Quilts. Looking through it again, Windmills seemed like the perfect plan.
A few other pieces were pulled from my stash; nothing was purchased for this quilt. Some of the pieces were less than WOF so they appear in only one or two blocks.
It went flawlessly and quickly. The top came together in a day or two. Wanting to use as much as possible, my blocks are a little bit larger than Sujata's suggested size. It finished 61" by 61".
I marked one quarter circle twenty-four inches from the top left corner by using my rotary ruler and a piece of chalk. The other circles are echoed off that first line using my walking foot as a guide.
People were very curious at guild show and tell. One of them said, "I just bought that book, too." She went home and made one herself! Very different fabrics, different feel but the same instructions.
Thanks, Sujata, for allowing me to post here and for an exciting book.