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Thread: LIL Twister/SquareDance Pattern

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    Super Member catmcclure's Avatar
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    I developed my own technique for this pattern. I do not like the fabric waste involved with the original patterns.
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    Thanks! I've bookmarked this for later.

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    Thanks! I'm going to have to print this off and study it more closely. I get the general idea, but need a bit of soak time. I LOVE blocks where you have to square everything up at the end. They always come out perfect that way!

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    I bookmarked this. THANKS

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    Thanks for the tutorial.

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    That is totally cool and you didn't waste fabric. Thank you, thankyou thank you. I love the pattern

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    Thank you so much.
    I have done that technique,
    but it was not planned or laid out
    for a twister.
    GREAT

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    Oh how fun! I will have to try this one. My only concern would be to make sure I starched the dickens out of it so I wouldn't have trouble with all those bias seams to sew.

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    Thanks, printed that out and added to the ever growing "TO DO" list.

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    Thank you for this tute :D:D:D

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