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Thread: Another "Twister" pattern

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    Super Member burchquilts's Avatar
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    Another "Twister" pattern

    Here's a link for a pillowcase made from the "Twister" tool. Enjoy!

    http://blog.sewbittersweetdesigns.com/?p=171
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    Cute pillowcase! It's much easier to pp the tiny triangles -- no waste that way! TFS!

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    Cute pillowcase -- not sure I would want to sleep on all those seams. It would be a great sham.
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    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for sharing. I just did buy the little 'Twister' so will be a small project to try out.

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    love all the colors you did. I'd never be so clever as to be able to use that 'twist tool' or even a pillowcase as pretty as the one shown here. What a great job.

    I saw a free pattern on here, where 3 or 4 pillowcases were made with ties on the sides to 'connect' each one. when they were tied together, and a pillow inserted, they made a soft chair where the top pillow could lean up against a wall for a back support, or be laid flat for a fun bed for a little person.

    Might want to think of that for sleep-overs down the road for more little people to slumber on. It was colorful and very pretty. Let me know what is thought of that concept, out there, .....folks. Wish I had a picture of the project. Sounded simple and fun and biggest cost might be the pillows. It could be scrappy and look like a fat layer of crazy quilt stuff. The ceiling is the limit.
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    wordpaintervs, that's a fabulous idea!!

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