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Thread: Smaller Twister Tree

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    That is just adorable. Did u use the 5" squares or the 3.5"?

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    very cool!

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    I actually started with four" squares. My husband cut me a smaller twister tool that measures 2 3/4" square. (He used a plastic picture frame that cost about $2 at Wal-Mart. He scored the lines and filled with permanent black ink. It works just fine except it is thin plastic and I was worried rotary cutter would damage it. We put little sandpaper-like dots on back to keep it from slipping when cutting and also to make sure I cut with the right side up!) It would be easy to make with 5" blocks.

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    That's just too cute.

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    Neat

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    A really cute tree, I like your diagonal placement of the colors.

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    Beautiful! What size is the square after cutting with the twister tool?

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    Its so cute, I have fabric to try one but need to find some free time...

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    When you cut the twists do you have to cut all the white squares too and sew them back together ??

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    I've never seen this technique before. Very cute!

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