two types of pinwheels
I notice that there seems to be two different types of pinwheels... here are two examples
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=43623971&ref=sr_list_5 &&ga_search_query=pinwheel+bow&ga_search_type=hand made&ga_page=2&includes=tags&includes=title
and the other
in the last one the tails overlap with the loop
which do you prefer? mine look like the first example... (using NBNG instructions) but i like the bottom pic too and was wondering where i can find instructions for that too
which type do you make?
Re: two types of pinwheels
I know exactly what you mean. I posted the other day about that, too. Well, the same idea. Different bows have so many different variations to them. I think it's really interesting to see all the different types of pinwheels, twisteds, etc.
Anyway, I like the first one. And I do think the second one is something different, but I've even seen another type of split tails that is definitely different from that one.