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Thread: Another Twister Quilt

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    Here is one I have been working on for a while, because I wanted it to be bigger than the original center part. It took some searching to find more charm squares but finally got them. The finished size is 42"X 48", a good lap size. The fabric around the edges is a mottled yellow & white. I could only get the stripe and the green in yardage, so to add color to the border I simply cut charm squares in half. The back is a yellow batik. Oh, I used the 3 1/2" template I made out of plexiglass.
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    I like it!

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    very very pretty!!

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    Very nice. Classic!

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    Wonderful. I was working on a twister, trying to enlarge, now, have a great idea!!!! Thanks

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    Good job. Love the quilt design you used:)

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    Pretty

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    Thanks everyone. There are 99 twisters, plus the charm squares for the border, so it is not a cheap project to do. I used 3 packs. I would love to do a larger bed size but you would need at least 5 packs.

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    Just love to do this technique!

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    that is just gorgeous! I have the lil twister that I got as tuck in from a swap. I've yet to try it but now you've got me thinking!

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