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Thread: Quilting a twister

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    I really admire everyone's work here and I need some advice. I made a large twister (Layer Cake size) out of flannel. What I need is some idea of how to quilt it. Something pretty simple. Thank you in advance for all your ideas. Maiziedo

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    A all over meander or stipple would work and not take away from your design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovequilter
    A all over meander or stipple would work and not take away from your design.
    I will probably give that a try. That is something that I can do, too. Thank you for your suggestion. Maiziedo

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    Not sure what a "twister" looks like. Do you have any pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty quilter
    Not sure what a "twister" looks like. Do you have any pictures?
    No, sorry. I have the camera, just haven't figured out how to make it work. Maiziedo

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    Use the "Search" feature at the top of this page and put in "Twister". You'll get lots of examples. It really is fascinating.

    Sue

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