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Thread: 6 1/2" twister, experiment??

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    Junior Member Chilly Mac's Avatar
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    Looks very nice. Love the colurs. What size blocks did you have to start with and what is the sidth of the border?

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    I like the yellow, but maybe shop around for a different blue for the wide border.

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    Beautiful

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    Looks great! I think the borders will too. You're right too, this is a very forgiving pattern, no need to be exact really, as these seams don't meet, & they all come out pinwheels, so that makes it even easier! I am working on my borders now, for my wreath design, can't wait to show it to you all! This is such a fun quilting idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbsmith
    I love this. I've got to buy this pattern. Maybe put it on my Christmas List.
    You don't really need any pattern, just make your own template, check out the info on the tutorials around for this, & go for it!

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    Love the yellow border!

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    Your experiment is wonderful I like the yellow border best.Thanks for sharing with us!

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    I'm thinking that the yellow border is terrific, but I'd like to then see a bright blue outer, wider border.

    The top looks beautiful. You did a good job. Anxious to hear what size squares you used to start with.

    Sue

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    Very pretty!

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    I found it! Thanks for all the tips. I love it. Turned out beautiful!

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