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Thread: Smaller Twister Tree

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    Super Member marymm's Avatar
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    Janjj, I can't imagine how small that would be! "Picklelady," my quilt--still without borders--is now about 24" wide by 25 inches tall. Bothered by the width, I took off a row of white on each side (not top & bottom.) It's the same layout I showed at top of this topic, minus the two rows. I found border fabric I think I like. I plan a narrow stopper and then final border, probably 3.5 to 4"...I really do love the tree. My twister tools are getting a workout. I've made 5-6 table runners or toppers, two wreaths and the tree. That doesn't include ones I've helped my bee with! (Now I'm working on a pumpkin design and in using them in a patriotic banner featuring an eagle applique. )

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    thats cool.

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    Good job!!

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    Love it...what was the finished size? I want to make a twisted christmas table runner and perhaps this version will work...others too big...need to downsize wreath also for the runmer.

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    that is so cute. i love the twister ruler. i got the itty bitty one where u start with 2.5" squares. it is insane to sew and cut.

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    there are three rulers to use when making the twister pattern. The 8 1/2in ruler you cut 10" squares, The 3 1/2 in ruler you cut 5 in. squares. The 1 1/2 in. ruler you cut 3 in squares which tends to be minature in size when done. How do I know? because I purchased all three rulers. I have made several tablerunners and placemats using the 3 1/2 in ruler and the smallest one you can make mug rugs with. Haven't made anything with the big one yet.

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    I love my twister!

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