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Thread: Twister Christmas tree skirt

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    Senior Member barking-rabbit's Avatar
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    Has anyone figured out a layout for a Christmas tree skirt using a twister tool?

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    I will be interested in the reply's you get!!

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    I would like to see a pattern for a tree skirt too!

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    nice idea, I havent seen anything like that yet.

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    so, what's a twister tool? :)

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    Senior Member barking-rabbit's Avatar
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    It is a template that is used to cut sewn blocks. Here is an example of a wall hanging.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-74576-1.htm
    This may work for a skirt by adding another row around the outside and trimming the whole thing into a circle.

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    I can draw one up, but you need to be more specific as to what kind of a tree skirt you want. Do you want it completely twisted, twists throughout, do you want it round or more of a star type effect. I have several things this coming week (a guild presentation, shop hop, quilting classes, and two open sews)....needless to say a busy sewing week, but could do it after that if you are a little more specific.

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