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Thread: A charm pack, "lil" twister tool, and stash - look what you get!

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    A charm pack, "lil" twister tool, and stash - look what you get!

    My secret sister at my guild gave me an Elenore Burns "Through the Seasons" charm pack - I wasn't sure what to do with it so I got out my "lil" twister square and had it! I am pleased with the results I used all but one of the squares from the charm pack.
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    That looks great.
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    It's very nice. I love the colors.
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    That is so pretty and is just the sort of inspiration that I need to get one made myself. I just keep putting it off. Hope that mine would turn out as nice as yours. Great job.
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    Love all the colors!!!!

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    Very Nice
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    First time seeing this pattern. I was surprised to see how it was created. Lovely!

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    Very pretty. Love the colors

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    that is really pretty. i guess ill have to try it this year.

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    looks wonderful! I will have to get one of those templates. I do have the xblock but still have not used it.

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