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Thread: Halloween twister border

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Very cute, I would do a large stipple all over it. Just what I do.
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    Adorable!!! Thanks for sharing. Can't comment of the quilting tho.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Awesome, I made the table runner pattern that went with that fabric, love your wallhanging

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    WOOT WOOT Great job! Very spooktacular!
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    Love you border idea. I just bought a small Halloween panel and have been wondering what to do with it. Might have to borrow your idea. Thanks.

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    very cute........

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    Sew, sew cute!
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    No advice on the quilting. This is a very cute quilt, love the twister border.
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    I would use invisible thread in the panel and do cross-hatch quilting. That is a fun Halloween print.

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    How did you lay out the blocks to do the twister border?

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