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Thread: Which Twister ruler?

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    Senior Member Gail B's Avatar
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    Which Twister ruler?

    Which size of Twister ruler do you use the most, the one for 5" or for 10"?

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    Super Member sewbeadit's Avatar
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    I don't use either,lol, I am getting more interested in the twisters all the time, so am giving some thought to it too.
    Sewbeadit
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    I must watch this thread, because I so want to do a twister quilt. My guess is what you want the finished product to be. a quilt or a wall hanging. Look forward to more answers.
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    I am also interested in making a twister quit, and do not know the answer to your question. Will be anxiously waiting for answers.

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    Is it possible to get the middle size template and be able to use it for bigger size blocks with the help of another ruler you already have??

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    That depends on what size you want to make. The 5" is for wallhangings and the 10" for larger quilts. I use both. If I want it larger, I add more squares to the layout. Love the method.
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    You can actually use the middle size and make a larger quilt I use it for wallhangings and baby quilts I have a friend who used it for a full size quilt just by doubling the amount of blocks used

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    I only have the smaller one, and I made a twin sized quilt. You just have to add more blocks. I used several charm packs and it looked nice. It was kind of scrappy.
    Sue

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    Oh My!!! I have fallen in love with the itty bitty twister which is 1 inch in size....I must have all three sizes because just playing around, I imagine all kinds of possibilities. Saw one done in Batiks that was absolutely wonderful.

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    I've only used the one for 5 inch, but I would say it makes an attractive quilt.
    Daffy

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