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Thread: A (free) "Twister" pattern

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    A (free) "Twister" pattern

    I know alot of people here on the board have the "Twister" tool... here's a tutorial for a really cute quilt using it. Now where did I put my "Twister"? LOL!

    http://happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot...l-twister.html
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    Thank you much

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    Thanks for sharing this great link!!!

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    thanks rebecca, I just bought that tool to use up some of my charms. This is great!

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    Thanks for the link. I bought the Lil Twister a year ago and now I can finally make one.
    Kathy Osterby

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    Thanks for the link.

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    I liked that, I even have the same fabrics to do it. Picked them up on Red Tag table. I made one quilt but have enough for this left over.
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    Pink and Brown quilt
    Jean in MI

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    I have two sizes of the twister tool but haven't made the quilt yet. This tutorial gives great directions and now I'm inspired. Thanks for the post.

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    What is a twister tool? Thanks, Lois

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    That is a terrific idea. I've made several Wreath Wall Hangings & also designed one with a cross with a robe draped over it. When I saw yours I was thinking, wouldn't it be nice to do one like that , but with Trip Around The World? Just thinking.

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